Section 8 of the administrators guide tells you how to use standard schemas and to extend them for your own purposes > I guess this is my question, and I'm sorry for the > confusion: With LDAP can I make my own schema > (attributes and/or objectclass) or am I locked in to > using the predefines (ie. person,inetorgperson,etc)? > The predefined objects/attribs don't really fit what I > need. > > I would like to be able to create myObjectclass with > my own (all plaintext strings) attributes (firstname, > lastname, extension, etc) instead of the standard > cn,sn, etc. > > Maybe MySQL is more what I need/want.
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