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Re: rootdn in database

At 09:39 AM 4/30/01, Marian Steinbach wrote:
>In OpenLDAP 1.2* you definitely need the root dn object in the database.

No.  The whole reason we have a "rootdn" is so that one can access
the directory before any object has been created.  Do not confuse
the rootdn with the backend database's naming "suffix".