For operations that are rejected for reasons related to composed attribute processing, the diagnostic message is returned to the client and included in the access log.
Examples of rejected operations that result in a diagnostic message include:
- If an
modifyDNoperation is rejected because the composed value violated the syntax for the target attribute type.
- If an attempt was made to alter a composed attribute value in a way that is not permitted by the plugin.
The composed attribute plugin also contains detailed debug logging support. If you encounter unexpected behavior when using the composed attribute plugin, you should enable debugging for the plugin to provide information to help diagnose the problem.