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Re: (ITS#4786) back-sql searching with dn attribute selected causes object class violation

robb@wtg.cw.com wrote:
> Pierangelo Masarati wrote:
>> In any case, since the behavior you report is very data and meta-data 
>> dependent, you don't provide enough info for debugging, and at a very 
>> first glance this is not indicative of a software bug.
> Pierangelo,
> the problem is indeed with the meta-data:
> the object at the root of the sql tree "dc=sql,dc=example,dc=org" was 
> defined purely as dcObject, it needs a structural objectClass in order 
> to be valid.
> If we define it as an organizationalUnit and dcObject (using 
> ldap_entry_objclasses) then all works as expected.
> Oddly doing the opposite doesn't seem to work.

Because somewhere a constraint stepped in, which requires objectClasses 
in ldap_objectclasses to be structural; it makes sense, all in all.


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