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/* schema_init.c - init builtin schema */
/* $OpenLDAP$ */
/*
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 * Copyright 1998-2002 The OpenLDAP Foundation, All Rights Reserved.
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 * COPYING RESTRICTIONS APPLY, see COPYRIGHT file
 */

#include "portable.h"

#include <stdio.h>
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#include <limits.h>
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#include <ac/ctype.h>
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#include <ac/errno.h>
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#include <ac/string.h>
#include <ac/socket.h>

#include "slap.h"
#include "ldap_pvt.h"
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#include "lber_pvt.h"
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#include "ldap_utf8.h"

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#include "lutil_hash.h"
#define HASH_BYTES				LUTIL_HASH_BYTES
#define HASH_CONTEXT			lutil_HASH_CTX
#define HASH_Init(c)			lutil_HASHInit(c)
#define HASH_Update(c,buf,len)	lutil_HASHUpdate(c,buf,len)
#define HASH_Final(d,c)			lutil_HASHFinal(d,c)
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/* recycled validatation routines */
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#define berValidate						blobValidate
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/* unimplemented pretters */
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#define integerPretty					NULL
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/* recycled matching routines */
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#define bitStringMatch					octetStringMatch
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#define numericStringMatch				caseIgnoreIA5Match
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#define objectIdentifierMatch			octetStringMatch
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#define telephoneNumberMatch			caseIgnoreIA5Match
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#define telephoneNumberSubstringsMatch	caseIgnoreIA5SubstringsMatch
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#define generalizedTimeMatch			caseIgnoreIA5Match
#define generalizedTimeOrderingMatch	caseIgnoreIA5Match
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#define uniqueMemberMatch				dnMatch
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#define integerFirstComponentMatch		integerMatch
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/* approx matching rules */
#define directoryStringApproxMatchOID	"1.3.6.1.4.1.4203.666.4.4"
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#define directoryStringApproxMatch	approxMatch
#define directoryStringApproxIndexer	approxIndexer
#define directoryStringApproxFilter	approxFilter
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#define IA5StringApproxMatchOID			"1.3.6.1.4.1.4203.666.4.5"
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#define IA5StringApproxMatch			approxMatch
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#define IA5StringApproxIndexer			approxIndexer
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#define IA5StringApproxFilter			approxFilter
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/* ordering matching rules */
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#define caseIgnoreOrderingMatch			caseIgnoreMatch
#define caseExactOrderingMatch			caseExactMatch
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#define integerOrderingMatch			integerMatch
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#define	octetStringOrderingMatch		octetStringMatch

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/* unimplemented matching routines */
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#define caseIgnoreListMatch				NULL
#define caseIgnoreListSubstringsMatch	NULL
#define protocolInformationMatch		NULL

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#ifdef SLAPD_ACI_ENABLED
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#define OpenLDAPaciMatch				NULL
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#endif
#ifdef SLAPD_AUTHPASSWD
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#define authPasswordMatch				NULL
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#endif
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/* recycled indexing/filtering routines */
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#define dnIndexer				caseExactIgnoreIndexer
#define dnFilter				caseExactIgnoreFilter
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#define bitStringFilter			octetStringFilter
#define bitStringIndexer		octetStringIndexer
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#define telephoneNumberIndexer			caseIgnoreIA5Indexer
#define telephoneNumberFilter			caseIgnoreIA5Filter
#define telephoneNumberSubstringsIndexer	caseIgnoreIA5SubstringsIndexer
#define telephoneNumberSubstringsFilter		caseIgnoreIA5SubstringsFilter

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static MatchingRule *caseExactMatchingRule;
static MatchingRule *caseExactSubstringsMatchingRule;
static MatchingRule *integerFirstComponentMatchingRule;

static const struct MatchingRulePtr {
	const char   *oid;
	MatchingRule **mr;
} mr_ptr [] = {
	/* must match OIDs below */
	{ "2.5.13.5",  &caseExactMatchingRule },
	{ "2.5.13.7",  &caseExactSubstringsMatchingRule },
	{ "2.5.13.29", &integerFirstComponentMatchingRule }
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static char *bvcasechr( struct berval *bv, unsigned char c, ber_len_t *len )
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	char lower = TOLOWER( c );
	char upper = TOUPPER( c );
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	if( c == 0 ) return NULL;
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	for( i=0; i < bv->bv_len; i++ ) {
		if( upper == bv->bv_val[i] || lower == bv->bv_val[i] ) {
			*len = i;
			return &bv->bv_val[i];
		}
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	}
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	return NULL;
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static int
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	Syntax *syntax,
	MatchingRule *mr,
	struct berval *value,
	void *assertedValue )
{
	int match = value->bv_len - ((struct berval *) assertedValue)->bv_len;

	if( match == 0 ) {
		match = memcmp( value->bv_val,
			((struct berval *) assertedValue)->bv_val,
			value->bv_len );
	}

	*matchp = match;
	return LDAP_SUCCESS;
}

/* Index generation function */
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int octetStringIndexer(
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	slap_mask_t flags,
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	MatchingRule *mr,
	struct berval *prefix,
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	BerVarray values,
	BerVarray *keysp )
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{
	int i;
	size_t slen, mlen;
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	HASH_CONTEXT   HASHcontext;
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	unsigned char	HASHdigest[HASH_BYTES];
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	struct berval digest;
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	digest.bv_val = HASHdigest;
	digest.bv_len = sizeof(HASHdigest);
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		/* just count them */
	}

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	/* we should have at least one value at this point */
	assert( i > 0 );

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	keys = ch_malloc( sizeof( struct berval ) * (i+1) );
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	mlen = mr->smr_oidlen;
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	*keysp = keys;

	return LDAP_SUCCESS;
}

/* Index generation function */
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int octetStringFilter(
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	MatchingRule *mr,
	struct berval *prefix,
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	size_t slen, mlen;
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	unsigned char	HASHdigest[HASH_BYTES];
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	digest.bv_len = sizeof(HASHdigest);
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	*keysp = keys;

	return LDAP_SUCCESS;
}
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static int
inValidate(
	Syntax *syntax,
	struct berval *in )
{
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	/* no value allowed */
	return LDAP_INVALID_SYNTAX;
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	struct berval *in )
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static int
bitStringValidate(
	Syntax *syntax,
	struct berval *in )
{
	ber_len_t i;

	/* very unforgiving validation, requires no normalization
	 * before simplistic matching
	 */
	if( in->bv_len < 3 ) {
		return LDAP_INVALID_SYNTAX;
	}
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	/*
	 * rfc 2252 section 6.3 Bit String
	 * bitstring = "'" *binary-digit "'"
	 * binary-digit = "0" / "1"
	 * example: '0101111101'B
	 */
	
	if( in->bv_val[0] != '\'' ||
		in->bv_val[in->bv_len-2] != '\'' ||
		in->bv_val[in->bv_len-1] != 'B' )
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		return LDAP_INVALID_SYNTAX;
	}

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		if( in->bv_val[i] != '0' && in->bv_val[i] != '1' ) {
			return LDAP_INVALID_SYNTAX;
		}
	}

	return LDAP_SUCCESS;
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static int
bitStringNormalize(
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	struct berval *val,
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	 * However, as a special case, '0'B requires no normalization.
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	char *p;

	/* start at the first bit */
	p = &val->bv_val[1];

	/* Find the first non-zero bit */
	while ( *p == '0' ) p++;

	if( *p == '\'' ) {
		/* no non-zero bits */
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	}

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	return LDAP_SUCCESS;
}

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static int
nameUIDValidate(
	Syntax *syntax,
	struct berval *in )
{
	int rc;
	struct berval dn;

	if( in->bv_len == 0 ) return LDAP_SUCCESS;

	ber_dupbv( &dn, in );
	if( !dn.bv_val ) return LDAP_OTHER;

	if( dn.bv_val[dn.bv_len-1] == 'B'
		&& dn.bv_val[dn.bv_len-2] == '\'' )
	{
		/* assume presence of optional UID */
		ber_len_t i;

		for(i=dn.bv_len-3; i>1; i--) {
			if( dn.bv_val[i] != '0' &&	dn.bv_val[i] != '1' ) {
				break;
			}
		}
		if( dn.bv_val[i] != '\'' || dn.bv_val[i-1] != '#' ) {
			ber_memfree( dn.bv_val );
			return LDAP_INVALID_SYNTAX;
		}

		/* trim the UID to allow use of dnValidate */
		dn.bv_val[i-1] = '\0';
		dn.bv_len = i-1;
	}

	rc = dnValidate( NULL, &dn );

	ber_memfree( dn.bv_val );
	return rc;
}

static int
nameUIDNormalize(
	Syntax *syntax,
	struct berval *val,
	struct berval *normalized )
{
	struct berval out;
	int rc;

	ber_dupbv( &out, val );
	if( out.bv_len != 0 ) {
		struct berval uidin = { 0, NULL };
		struct berval uidout = { 0, NULL };

		if( out.bv_val[out.bv_len-1] == 'B'
			&& out.bv_val[out.bv_len-2] == '\'' )
		{
			/* assume presence of optional UID */
			uidin.bv_val = strrchr( out.bv_val, '#' );

			if( uidin.bv_val == NULL ) {
				free( out.bv_val );
				return LDAP_INVALID_SYNTAX;
			}

			uidin.bv_len = out.bv_len - (uidin.bv_val - out.bv_val);
			out.bv_len -= uidin.bv_len--;

			/* temporarily trim the UID */
			*(uidin.bv_val++) = '\0';

			rc = bitStringNormalize( syntax, &uidin, &uidout );

			if( rc != LDAP_SUCCESS ) {
				free( out.bv_val );
				return LDAP_INVALID_SYNTAX;
			}
		}

#ifdef USE_DN_NORMALIZE
		rc = dnNormalize2( NULL, &out, normalized );
#else
		rc = dnPretty2( NULL, &out, normalized );
#endif

		if( rc != LDAP_SUCCESS ) {
			free( out.bv_val );
			free( uidout.bv_val );
			return LDAP_INVALID_SYNTAX;
		}

		if( uidout.bv_len ) {
			normalized->bv_val = ch_realloc( normalized->bv_val,
				normalized->bv_len + uidout.bv_len + sizeof("#") );

			/* insert the separator */
			normalized->bv_val[normalized->bv_len++] = '#';

			/* append the UID */
			AC_MEMCPY( &normalized->bv_val[normalized->bv_len],
				uidout.bv_val, uidout.bv_len );
			normalized->bv_len += uidout.bv_len;

			/* terminate */
			normalized->bv_val[normalized->bv_len] = '\0';
		}

		free( out.bv_val );
	}

	return LDAP_SUCCESS;
}

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/*
 * Handling boolean syntax and matching is quite rigid.
 * A more flexible approach would be to allow a variety
 * of strings to be normalized and prettied into TRUE
 * and FALSE.
 */
static int
booleanValidate(
	Syntax *syntax,
	struct berval *in )
{
	/* very unforgiving validation, requires no normalization
	 * before simplistic matching
	 */

	if( in->bv_len == 4 ) {
		if( !memcmp( in->bv_val, "TRUE", 4 ) ) {
			return LDAP_SUCCESS;
		}
	} else if( in->bv_len == 5 ) {
		if( !memcmp( in->bv_val, "FALSE", 5 ) ) {
			return LDAP_SUCCESS;
		}
	}

	return LDAP_INVALID_SYNTAX;
}

static int
booleanMatch(
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	Syntax *syntax,
	MatchingRule *mr,
	struct berval *value,
	void *assertedValue )
{
	/* simplistic matching allowed by rigid validation */
	struct berval *asserted = (struct berval *) assertedValue;
	*matchp = value->bv_len != asserted->bv_len;
	return LDAP_SUCCESS;
}

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/*-------------------------------------------------------------------
LDAP/X.500 string syntax / matching rules have a few oddities.  This
comment attempts to detail how slapd(8) treats them.

Summary:
  StringSyntax		X.500	LDAP	Matching
  DirectoryString	CHOICE	UTF8	i/e + ignore insignificant spaces
  PrintableString	subset	subset	i/e + ignore insignificant spaces
  NumericString		subset	subset  ignore all spaces
  IA5String			ASCII	ASCII	i/e + ignore insignificant spaces
  TeletexString		T.61	T.61	i/e + ignore insignificant spaces

  TelephoneNumber subset  subset  i + ignore all spaces and "-"

  See draft-ietf-ldapbis-strpro for details (once published).


Directory String -
  In X.500(93), a directory string can be either a PrintableString,
  a bmpString, or a UniversalString (e.g., UCS (a subset of Unicode)).
  In later versions, more CHOICEs were added.  In all cases the string
  must be non-empty.

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  For matching, there are both case ignore and exact rules.  Both
  also require that "insignificant" spaces be ignored.
	spaces before the first non-space are ignored;
	spaces after the last non-space are ignored;
	spaces after a space are ignored.
  Note: by these rules (and as clarified in X.520), a string of only
  spaces is to be treated as if held one space, not empty (which
  would be a syntax error).

NumericString
  In ASN.1, numeric string is just a string of digits and spaces
  and could be empty.  However, in X.500, all attribute values of
  numeric string carry a non-empty constraint.  For example:

	internationalISDNNumber ATTRIBUTE ::= {
		WITH SYNTAX InternationalISDNNumber
		EQUALITY MATCHING RULE numericStringMatch
		SUBSTRINGS MATCHING RULE numericStringSubstringsMatch
		ID id-at-internationalISDNNumber }
	InternationalISDNNumber ::=
	    NumericString (SIZE(1..ub-international-isdn-number))

  Unforunately, some assertion values are don't carry the same
  constraint (but its unclear how such an assertion could ever
  be true). In LDAP, there is one syntax (numericString) not two
  (numericString with constraint, numericString without constraint).
  This should be treated as numericString with non-empty constraint.
  Note that while someone may have no ISDN number, there are no ISDN
  numbers which are zero length.

  In matching, spaces are ignored.

PrintableString
  In ASN.1, Printable string is just a string of printable characters
  and can be empty.  In X.500, semantics much like NumericString (see
  serialNumber for a like example) excepting uses insignificant space
  handling instead of ignore all spaces.  

IA5String
  Basically same as PrintableString.  There are no examples in X.500,
  but same logic applies.  So we require them to be non-empty as
  well.

-------------------------------------------------------------------*/

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static int
UTF8StringValidate(
	Syntax *syntax,
	struct berval *in )
{
	ber_len_t count;
	int len;
	unsigned char *u = in->bv_val;

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		/* very basic checks */
		switch( len ) {
			case 6:
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					return LDAP_INVALID_SYNTAX;
				}
			case 5:
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					return LDAP_INVALID_SYNTAX;
				}
			case 4:
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					return LDAP_INVALID_SYNTAX;
				}
			case 3:
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					return LDAP_INVALID_SYNTAX;
				}
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					return LDAP_INVALID_SYNTAX;
				}
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			default:
				return LDAP_INVALID_SYNTAX;
		}
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		/* make sure len corresponds with the offset
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static int
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	struct berval *val,
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{
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	char *p, *q, *s, *e;
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	int len = 0;
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	/* validator should have refused an empty string */
	assert( val->bv_len );

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	if( !normalized->bv_len ) {
		ber_mem2bv( " ", 1, 1, normalized );
		return LDAP_SUCCESS;
	}

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	e = normalized->bv_val + normalized->bv_len;
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	assert( normalized->bv_val );

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		if ( ASCII_SPACE( *p ) ) {
			s = q - len;
			len = 1;
			*q = *p++;
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			while ( ASCII_SPACE( *p ) ) {
				p++;
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			len = LDAP_UTF8_COPY(q,p);
			s=NULL;
			p+=len;
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	/*
	 * If the string ended in space, backup the pointer one
	 * position.  One is enough because the above loop collapsed
	 * all whitespace to a single space.
	 */

	if ( s != NULL ) {
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	q += len;
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	*q = '\0';

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	SubstringsAssertion *sa,
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{
	SubstringsAssertion *nsa;
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		return NULL;
	}

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		}
	}

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		}
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		if( nsa->sa_any == NULL ) {
				goto err;
		}
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			}
		}
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		}
	}

	return nsa;

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	return NULL;
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#ifndef SLAPD_APPROX_OLDSINGLESTRING
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#if defined(SLAPD_APPROX_INITIALS)
#define SLAPD_APPROX_DELIMITER "._ "
#define SLAPD_APPROX_WORDLEN 2
#else
#define SLAPD_APPROX_DELIMITER " "
#define SLAPD_APPROX_WORDLEN 1
#endif

static int
approxMatch(
	int *matchp,
	slap_mask_t flags,
	Syntax *syntax,
	MatchingRule *mr,
	struct berval *value,
	void *assertedValue )
{
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		return LDAP_SUCCESS;
	}

	/* Yes, this is necessary */
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		return LDAP_SUCCESS;
	}
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		if ( c == NULL ) break;
		*c = '\0';
		count++;
	}

	/* Get a phonetic copy of each word */
	words = (char **)ch_malloc( count * sizeof(char *) );
	values = (char **)ch_malloc( count * sizeof(char *) );
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		values[i] = phonetic(c);
	}

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	len = 0;
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			nextchunk++;
			continue;
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			val = phonetic( assertv->bv_val + nextchunk );
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			/* See if this phonetic chunk is in the remaining words of *value */
			for( i=nextavail; i<count; i++ ){
				if( !strcmp( val, values[i] ) ){
					nextavail = i+1;
					break;
				}
			}
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		/* This chunk in the asserted value was NOT within the *value. */
		if( i >= count ) {
			nextavail=-1;
			break;
		}

		/* Go on to the next word in the asserted value */
		nextchunk += len+1;
	}

	/* If some of the words were seen, call it a match */
	if( nextavail > 0 ) {
		*matchp = 0;
	}
	else {
		*matchp = 1;
	}

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		ch_free( values[i] );
	}
	ch_free( values );
	ch_free( words );
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	return LDAP_SUCCESS;
}

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approxIndexer(
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	slap_mask_t flags,
	Syntax *syntax,
	MatchingRule *mr,
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			if( len >= SLAPD_APPROX_WORDLEN ) wordcount++;
			c+= len;
			if (*c == '\0') break;
			*c = '\0';
		}

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			* sizeof(struct berval) );
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		if( len >= SLAPD_APPROX_WORDLEN ) count++;
		c+= len;
		if (*c == '\0') break;
		*c = '\0';
	}

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	return LDAP_SUCCESS;
}


#else
/* No other form of Approximate Matching is defined */

static int
approxMatch(
	int *matchp,
	slap_mask_t flags,
	Syntax *syntax,
	MatchingRule *mr,
	struct berval *value,
	void *assertedValue )
{
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