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Re: Re[2]: Database Creation Problem


I noticed one other thing. I haven't tested it with OpenLdap but I know that other LDAP implementation will object to uid=michael in the DN while you have uid=rdrunner in the attributes. As minimum it is confusing, but I'm also fairly sure it's against standards.


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"Kevin J. Menard, Jr." <kmenard@wpi.edu>

18/07/01 10:44 PM
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        To:        "Kevin J. Menard, Jr." <kmenard@wpi.edu>
        cc:        "Michael Weber" <meweber@bigfoot.com>, openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org, (bcc: Aidan Nichol-AJ/PGI)
        Subject:        Re[2]: Database Creation Problem

Hey Kevin,

Wednesday, July 18, 2001, 5:25:43 PM, you wrote:

MW>> The following is the dlif file that I have created that I want to use:

MW>> [root@mini mail]# more new.ldif
MW>> dn: uid=michael, dc=digitalplace, dc=org
MW>> objectclass: inetLocalMailRecipient
MW>> cn: Michael
MW>> sn: Weber
MW>> uid: rdrunner
MW>> mailLocalAddress: rdrunner@digitalplace.org
MW>> mailRoutingAddress: rdrunner@digitalplace.org
MW>> uid: rdrunner

You're also gonna need objectclass: person and/or objectclass: posixAccount
to support cn, sn, and uid.