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Re: ldapadd problem
ldapadd stops with your first object:
but maybe after, the others objects will be also wron :(
but here ldapadd stops with your first object (I'm sure of that)
> > dn: cn=qmailusers,dc=mail,dc=hollybridge,dc=not
> > objectClass: top
> > objectClass: organization
> > objectClass: dcObject
> > dc: mail
> > sn: hollybridge mail users
> > cn: qmailusers
> > o: qmailusergroup
What I think about this:
What is this object? An organization object or a dcObject?
If it's an organization, o: qmailusergroup is an attribute required,
but the others dc: mail, sn: hollybridge mail users, cn: qmailusers can't be add.
(and you must also remove the line objectClass: dcObject, the line objectClass: top
If it's an dcObject, dc: mail is an attribute required,
but there is'nt optionnal attribute: the others o: qmailusergroup, , sn: hollybridge mail users, cn: qmailusers
can't be add.
(and you must also remove the line objectClass: organization, the line objectClass: top
> It should be helpfull:
> "Object class violation" mean that you don't respect the structure of the object.
> "additional info: attribute not allowed" mean that the object haven't got some
> attributes that you want to add with him.