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Re: Beginner need some help
At 10:49 AM 7/10/00 +0800, Kuang-chun Cheng wrote:
>I found there are files called "slapd.at.conf" and "slapd.oc.conf"
>which define some attributes and objectclass. I found there are a
>lot of attributes in "slapd.oc.conf" which can't be found in
>"slapd.at.conf", is this OK?
Yes. OpenLDAP 1.x defaults all unlisted attributes to 'cis'.
>Does slapd has some "built-in" attribute and objectclass?
No. But it does make a number of assumptions regarding the
provided schema. Best not to muck with it... excepting via
>Does any standard attribute definition existed which I MUST follow?
You don't have to follow standards if you don't want to... but
I wouldn't advise such. I suggest you use standard track
schema whenever possible. This is normally defined by RFC
and/or ITU X.500 documents.
>Does any standard object class existed which I MUST follow?
Same answer as above.
>I also heard about inherent, can I create a new schema which inherited
> some existed schema?
Yes. But you must manual expand the schema definition as the
config files don't support 'superior' declarations.
>How can I create a "container"? How slapd knows that "c", "o" and
> "ou" are containers?
It doesn't care... I suggest you use organizationalUnit object
class as a generic container.