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I have some queries
1. When we define an objectclass as per the RFC2252 we must specify
whether it is ABSTRACT / STRUCTURAL/ AUXILLARY. My question is
what is the significance of these 'keywords' with respect to the
object class definition ??
2. What is the significance of the attributetype 'objectClass' ?? If
I am defining a new objectclass then can I include 'objectClass'
with MUST clause and if so what would it mean ??
3. Is OpenLDAP thread-safe ?? That is, can I develop a multithreaded
program calling LDAP APIs without having to create and acquire
locks unless, it is absolutely essential. I am asking this because
there is a question in the FAQ-O-MATIC which says that OpenLDAP
1.x is designed for non-preemptive multi-threaded environments
( eg. POSIX threads ). Is it true of version 2.x ?? In fact there
is an explicit mention that 'it is not safe for pre-emptive threads