|~=||Approximately equal to|
|<=||Lexicographically less than or equal to|
|>=||Lexicographically greater than or equal to|
Approximately equal toThe (sn~=Schulman) filter should find objects whose surname attribute has a value that sounds like Schulman, but I haven't been able to make it work. (It isn't finding Shulman).
Lexicographically less than or equal to AND Lexicographically greater than or equal toAttributes that have some inherent ordering can be filtered. (snsn attribute uses the case-ignore syntax. An attribute that has an integer syntax would be ordered numerically. If an attribute has no inherent ordering, these operators cannot be used.
To search for greater than or less than, use the compliment. To find users that have logged on more that 1000 times, use (!logonCount=10).
When searching for any of the following characters, use the escape sequence:
NOTE: If you wish to search binary data, encode each byte of binary data with the backslash (\) followed by two hexadecimal digits, like 0x00000004 is encoded as \00\00\00\04.