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Re: Definition of MAY and MUST in Schma (ITS#755)

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At 07:47 PM 9/20/00 +0000, jajati@datalinx.net wrote:
>Full_Name: Jajati K. Samal
>Version: 2.0.1
>OS: Linux
>URL: ftp://ftp.openldap.org/incoming/
>Submission from: (NULL) (
>Hi, I'm trying to add a node in LDAP. That node contains two object classes.
>There are some MUST and some MAY attributes are in each objectclass. In my
>if I'm not wrong ( if worng plz make me correct )what I understand by the
>of MAY and MUST is as follows:
>MAY - Attributes of this category may or may not be present in objectclass 
>     and value may or may not be empty.
>MUST - Attributes of this category must have to present in objectclass
>      and value canot be empty. otherwise it will throw objectclass violation
>      or some other related error.
>But now in Open LDAP 2.0.1 I'm trying to add the node having a "may" attribute
>empty value
> and it is throwing a naming exception.
>How to solve this? Do I have to do some work in schema......??
>Am I wrong ....?? I will apppreciate if u will make me right.