JR Aquino wrote:
On Aug 1, 2011, at 11:28 PM, "Martin Kosek"<mko...@redhat.com> wrote:
I made all of the small adjustments and then nearly literally stared frustrated
at the code for 6 hours today.
I see no way of accomplishing the feat of replicating the ldapmodmember
treatment of failed attributes, without overriding LDAPUpdate's exec
LDAPUpdate is simply looking to return entrys_attrs as the result, and only a
dn for the callbacks... I can't set or send anything back to track the faileds
in a callback.
You can see it's been bothering me, as it is midnight my time and I'm thinking
about it still. :/
Overriding execute is ok, we just didn't like duplicating all the code.
If you want to override the return value do something like:
has_output = (
doc=_('Members that could not be added'),
def execute(self, *keys, **options):
failed = dict('inclusive': , 'exclusive', )
/* calculate failed */
/* Make options consist of the values you want updated */
result = super(my_function, self).execute(*keys, **options)
return(result=result, failed=failed, value=keys[-1])
You may have to tweak failed so it looks ok on Output. The add/remove
member methods in baseldap.py may provide some additional guidance.
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