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RE: Server-specific Data Requeriments

We tried the same!

We are trying to add the needed netscape "profile" in the OpenLDAP server
but get alot of structural errors. We are not understanding this yet.

Please tell if you can access OpenLDAP from the Netscape clients (espacially
PAM modules).



-----Original Message-----
From: Javier [mailto:tecnico@rdi-net.com]
Sent: 5. januar 2001 09:29
To: openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
Subject: Server-specific Data Requeriments

I've been read the RFC 2251 and it tells that:
" An LDAP server MUST provide information about itself and other 
information that is specific to each server. This is represented as a 
group of attributes located in the root DSE (DSA-Specific Entry),which 
is named with the zero-length LDAPDN. "

Well, I have been instaled an OpenLDAP server version 2.0.14 in one 
machine with IP and Netscape Directory Server in other 
machine with IP

I do the next request at both machines :
  ldapsearch -s base-h -b "" '(objectclass=*)'

The machine with Netscape Directory Server answer with the next 
 objectclass: top
 namingcontexts: o=rdi-net.com
 namingcontexts: o=NetscapeRoot
 subschemasubentry: cn=schema
 supportedcontrol: 2.16.840.1.113730.3.4.2
 supportedcontrol: 2.16.840.1.113730.3.4.3
 supportedldapversion: 2
 supportedldapversion: 3

but the anwer of the OpenLdap server is:
 objectclass: top
 objectclass: OpenLDAProotDSE

And the others attributes don't appear.

Whitch is the problem?

I don'n have the entries cn=monitor and cn=schema on the root of the 
OpenLDAP Server
but this entries appear on the root of thr NetscapeDirectory Server.

What I do for add this entries?

Thank for all!