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Re: Problem when add more value to userCertificate attribute...
When I try to add the matching rule "certificateExactMatch" to standard
schema, an error occur :
... MatchingRule not found ....
I don't know what happen to Openldap v2. Why it didn't support some important
matching rules (for me). I really need it to add and delete certificates to
my ldap server. Can anyone tell me what can i do now ?
Siok Peng wrote:
> If I use replace instead of add, the old certificate will replace by the
> new one. That's what I don't want it to be happen. I need to keep the old
> certificate also. Can I add the 'Matching Rule' to certificate schema ?
> Siok Peng
> Michael Ströder wrote:
> > Siok Peng wrote:
> > >
> > > Geert Van Muylem wrote:
> > >
> > > > When you "add" the 2nd certificate, the server tries the compare
> > > > the cert to check whether or not it already exist BUT
> > > > the OpenLDAP server does not support certificate matching!
> > > > Use a replace with the old and the new certificate instead.
> > >
> > > That's mean i cannot have more than one certificate for one entry ?
> > No. Read Geert's hint more carefully. Use replace instead of add.
> > Ciao, Michael.