[rabbitmq-discuss] Access rights with rabbit_auth_backend_ldap plugin

Simon MacMullen simon at rabbitmq.com
Thu Oct 20 17:20:22 BST 2011

Hi Olivier.

At the moment there's no support for regular expressions in the LDAP 
plugin. This might get added in the future though; I'm looking into how 
the existing queries could be enhanced.

At the moment the sort of thing you can do is to use an in_group query 
and have a groupOfNames per object you want to control access to - but 
there's no pattern matching.

If you could describe on or off list how your LDAP database is 
structured and what you're trying to do, that would be a help.

Cheers, Simon

On 20/10/11 14:48, GEHIN Olivier wrote:
> Hello,
> I have well configurate the rabbit_auth_backend_ldap plugin with my LDAP
> directory and the connexion works.
> Now, I would limit access for a user to write access for a specific
> exchange and read access for a specific queue.
> With internal database, we could use regular expression to define access
> rights for a user.
> Can we define similar access rights with this plugin?
> Best regards,
> Olivier
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Simon MacMullen
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