I have thought about that but as you know, it's now a fault of LDAP Server. I use open 
ldap and when i use command line:
ldapsearch -p 999 -h localhost -b ...  "(date >=20010116)"
it works! and even more:
ldapsearch -p 999 -h localhost -b ...  "(&(date >=20010116)(date<=20010120))"
It's puzzling,right?

----- Original Message -----
From:Bug Database <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject:PHP 4.0 Bug #9351 Updated: LDAP_SEARCH
Date:Tue, 20 Feb 2001 17:38:41 +0800
 >ID: 9351
 >Updated by: venaas
 >Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 >Old-Status: Open
 >Status: Feedback
 >Bug Type: LDAP related
 >Assigned To: venaas
 >I think the problem might be that the LDAP server doesn't
 >support it. Please try searching with ldapsearch command
 >line utility and see if that works. What LDAP libraries
 >and server are you using?

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