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have you created your database yet?
if no, you must first use:
ldif2ldbm -i <your file>.ldif
this command will create your *.dbb files, but you
must add with your racine, the administrator of your
database like this :
and after that, you can use ldapadd to use other
hope this will helps
--- Dane Foster <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hello all. I've finally got OpenLDAP 2.0.15 up and
> running. I even got it
> to accept my schema by rewriting the schema on
> Linux. It appears the
> original problem was the end of line characters that
> Windows uses aren't
> compatible. Anyway, I've now moved on to getting
> data into the directory
> which isn't working. I'm taking it slowly so I'm
> entering one entry at a
> time and I can't get pass the first entry.
> dn: dc=com
> objectclass: top
> objectclass: dcObject
> dc: com
> I get the following error when I used ldapadd to add
> the above entry to the
> adding new entry "dc=com"
> ldap_add: No such object
> ldif_record() = 32
> I know the error has nothing to do with the end of
> line character because
> I've created the LDIF file using gnu emacs on linux.
> Does anyone know why
> this is happening? Thanx.
> Dane Foster
> Equity Technology Group, Inc
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