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RE: schema checking

> this is a bad assumption. ldif2ldbm should not assume the data is valid.

I'd tend to agree.  Perhaps there needs to be a ldif schema checking tool?
> > You don't want to have ldif2ldbm check schema, because if it 
> did, it's be
> > much slower.
> if ldif2ldbm doesn't check schema, how is schema checking being enforced?

slapd does it.

Roy Hooper
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Cyberus Online Inc.
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