In the default configuration, LEX shows all LDAP attributes in the attribute
are returned from the server. However, you can configure a filter which is applied to the request.
So you could choose for example that only specific attributes are shown in the list - regardless
of what object you examine. Or you could choose to exclude some attributes from the display because
you are connected with low bandwidth to the LDAP server and want to see only what you need.
Please note that the attribute filter works only if there was a correct schema evaluation for the current LDAP server.
To activate and configure a filter for the object list, you can use the Set attribute filter button . In this case, the Attribute Filter dialog is shown:
The filter definition consists of a list of attributes which can be exclusively included or generally excluded in the attribute list. There are easy ways to save and load filter. LEX stores the appropriate filter files in the Profile and Filter Storage Path in the subdirectory 'LDAPAttributeSets' as text files. You can use the Load button to load a bunch of pre-defined attribute filter sets for different environments. By the way: The attribute filter sets and the column attribute sets have the same format and are stored in the same directory.
Please remember that the attribute display could also be affected by the configuration for unused attributes. The attribute filter specifies generally what attributes LEX shows in the list, with the Show Only Attributes That Have Values button you configure in addition to that if the empty values are visible or not. So both settings are mixed together- what you see is an intersection.