On Thu, 26 Feb 2004, Silhavy, Peter wrote:

> Can anybody help me with %a %v and %s arguments?


These are documented in the squid_ldap_group manual. But please note that
%a and %v has been replaced with %g and %u which is a whole lot easier to
remember (user, group).

-f filter
LDAP search filter used to search the LDAP direc*
tory for any matching group memberships. In the
filter %u will be replaced by the user name (or DN
if the -F or -u options are used) and %g by the
requested group name.


-F filter
LDAP search filter used to search the LDAP direc*
tory for any matching users. In the filter %s
will be replaced by the user name. If % is to be
included literally in the filter then use %%.


and the older squid_ldap_group documentation from 2.5.STABLE1 read for the
-f option:

-f filter
LDAP search filter used to search the LDAP direc*
tory for any matching group memberships. In the
filter %v will be replaces by the user login name
and %a by the requested group name.



Regards
Henrik