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Re: Non-existent syntax 126.96.36.199.4.1.14188.8.131.52.51 referenced (ITS#2029)
At 01:48 PM 2002-08-21, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>Kurt D. Zeilenga wrote:
>> At 08:52 AM 2002-08-18, Michael Ströder wrote:
>>>Well, let's assume an application has knowledge about how to deal
> > with attribute type 184.108.40.206. It wants to know whether
> > 'teletexTerminalIdentifier' is supported by the server.
>> It is partially supported.
>IMHO a syntax cannot be partially supported.
An implementation can a) generate values of a syntax and/or
parse values of a syntax. A syntax which does only a) or
does only b) can be said to partially support a syntax.
We only publish LDAP syntaxes for which we are capable
of parsing (regardless of whether we are capable of
generating values of the syntax).
There are a number of syntaxes which our server is capable
of generating values of, but not capable of parsing values
>> Applications should not use schema elements unless they
>> know the semantics of those elements.
>Hmm, it seems to me that the thing which really needs its
>semantics clarified is attribute "ldapSyntaxes" in sub schema sub
I've been working on just that with LDAPbis... see