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Re: rootdn in database
In OpenLDAP 1.2* you definitely need the root dn object in the database.
The objectclass is whatever your root DN indicates. For example:
If your root DN is
ou=People, o=My Company, c=US
then your root object has to have the objectclass
because this is what "ou" comes from.
I don't know how how OpenLDAP 2.* behaves regarding this, but I guess it
Greg Jones wrote:
> Hello All,
> Here's an easy one for you.
> Does the rootdn have to be added to the database to be usable? If so
> what's objectclass should it use?
> -- Greg