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Re: CorporateTime Server + OpenLDAP2.x

I am running CorporateTime 5.0 for Linux with OpenLDAP 2.x in test
mode.  CS&T sent me a new schema that one of their customers had sent
them which has seemed to work so far.  Naturally, they don't provide
much help other than that because it is not a supported database.  I
have strongly encouraged them to adopt it as an approved directory
server and they are looking into it.  (It wouldn't hurt to have other
people offer the same encouragement.)

I would attach the schema, but I'm not sure to what extent it is the
protected intellectual property of CS&T. I was working on a HOW-TO for
using CorporateTime and OpenLDAP once we get it into production, so I
was going to ask them about publishing that material at that time.

Tiffany Webb wrote:
> Greetings,
>      I would like to use our existing OpenLDAP2.x directory service with
> CS&T's CorporateTime Server.  It appears that the schema provided for the
> Netscape and Innsoft directory services are in the old schema format.  I
> know that CS&T does not support OpenLDAP but I was hoping to convert the
> schema to accomodate our directory service. I have contacted CS&T but
> was wondering if someone else has dealt with this issue.
> Thanks in advance,
> Tj

Dave Brodin
Systems Engineering Manager
Information and Technology Services
City of Bloomington