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RE: slapd.oc.conf /slapd.at.conf
It is not required to define the attribute. The directive is used
to associate a syntax with an attribute name. By default, an
attribute is assumed to have syntax cis.
The possible syntaxes and their meanings are:
ces case exact string
cis case ignore string
tel telephone number string
dn distinguished name
If schemacheck is enabled, the attribute name has to be present in
the objectclass definition.
[mailto:owner-openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org]On Behalf Of Padmaja
Sent: Wednesday, August 16, 2000 10:10 AM
To: Patrick Timmons
Subject: Re: slapd.oc.conf /slapd.at.conf
Sorry, may be I was not clear.
I guess my question is this.
I observed there are attributes which are not in
slapd.at.conf but used in slapd.oc.conf.
I am trying to see the definintion of these
Where can I find these?
If I find these, I know what else I need to extend the
--- Patrick Timmons <email@example.com>
> Any attribute not explicitely defined is considered
> by default to be of
> type 'cis' (case ignore string)
> Padmaja Akkineni wrote:
> > I downloaded the OpenLDAP.
> > I found the slapd.oc.conf containing attributes
> > are not listed in the slapd.at.conf.
> > Is it not necessary that attributes be defined in
> > attributes before included in the objects?
> > The files slapd.at.cong, slapd.oc.conf are in
> > /usr/local/etc/openldap/ directory.
> > thank you
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