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Re: (ITS#4613)

A slapcat of the provider gives us an output with entryUUID, entryCSN, 
and contextCSN fields for the working entries. (The working entries are 
entries that we can modify and see those results propagate on to the 
consumer.) The non-working entries -- entries that were added after the 
last manual sync of the databases -- do not have entryUUID, entryCSN, or 
contextCSN fields in the slapcat. These entries sit on the provider 
without propagating (and give the "empty syncUUID" in the consumer logs).

Joel Eidsath
Systems Programmer
Tech Computer Center
New Mexico Tech
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