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Re: ITS#5040, operational attribute updates

Kurt Zeilenga wrote:
> In general, any change to the DIT object should result in a update of
> modifyTimestamp.  This is necessary for synchronization*
> purposes. 

Got the message.

> Regarding refint.  One should view these updates as coming from a user
> application embedded in the DSA, not from the
> directory service.  That is, the updates are not made as part of the
> directory update model, but part of an application
> update model.  That fact that its coded in the DSA is irrelevant.

Somewhat related: How about the value of modifiersName in this case?

Ciao, Michael.