(Applies only to filters of the types LDAP_FILTER_EQUALITY, LDAP_FILTER_GE, LDAP_FILTER_LE, LDAP_FILTER_APPROX ) Gets the next filter (following fprev) that makes up the specified filter f.
#include "slapi-plugin.h" Slapi_Filter *slapi_filter_list_next(Slapi_Filter *f, Slapi_Filter *fprev);
This function takes the following parameters:
Filter from which you want to get the next component (after fprev).
Filter within the specified filter f.
The next filter (after fprev) that makes up the specified filter f.
To iterate through all filters that make up a specified filter, use this function in conjunction with the slapi_filter_list_first() function.
Filters of the type LDAP_FILTER_AND, LDAP_FILTER_OR , and LDAP_FILTER_NOT generally consist of one or more other filters. For example, if the filter is:
the next filter after (ou=Accounting) in this list is:
Call the slapi_filter_list_next() function to get the filters from this list.
No duplication of the filter is done, so the filter should not be freed independently of the original filter.