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Re: Default schema

On Tue, 31 Aug 1999, Kurt D. Zeilenga wrote:

> At 01:33 PM 8/31/99 +0200, Verschraegen Luc wrote:
> >  Is there in the absence of a slapd.conf file a default schema (set of
> >object classes and attributes) available, for instance are the attributes
> >ou, cn, c ... by default known to the software with there syntactic and
> >semantic meaning, if so where can I find this schema.
> Yes.  Slapd makes certain assumptions concerning schema rules as
> needed to implement the service, including:
> 	objectclass attribute type stores the object class
> 	userPassword attribute type stores the user's password
> 	objectclass 'referral' is a referral
> 	attribute type ref holds referral URLs.

  Is this list available in some header- or source-file

> as well as rules for "operational" attribute types.
> It is recommend that users of OpenLDAP only EXTEND the schema
> provided.

  could you explain this a little bit further,


> Kurt