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Re: cross-schema DIT structure rules
Steven Legg writes:
>Hallvard B Furuseth wrote:
>> if "c=NO" and "st=Oslo,c=NO" have different subschema subentries, and
>> the schema (DIT structure rules and name forms) at "c=NO"
>> allow ST to be
>> below C but the schema at "st=Oslo,c=NO" does not allow it,
>> which rules
> The latter, sort of. In the X.500 model, for "c=NO" and "st=Oslo,c=NO"
> to have different subschema subentries they would have to be subschema
> administrative points for separate subschema administrative areas.
> The structure rule that applies to a subschema administrative point
> must be one that specifies no superior structure rules.
Then I suggest this addition to [Models] 4.1.6:
If an object or alias entry's subschemaSubentry attribute differs from
that of its parent, any DIT structure rule which applies to it must
not have a 'SUP' part.
>> For that matter, do structure rules and name forms for an
>> entry apply to the whole DN or just the first part?
> Just the first part (in LDAP terms).
I'd like that added too, but I can't come up with a brief wording.