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RE: Storing references...
No, not alias object. As far as I understood from alias object, if I use
alias instead of complete DN and if I delete this entry which has reference
to original object then the original object also gets deleted !!!
I have a structure wherein I have all users defined under "Employee"
node. When I declare different modules, I specify all users having access to
that perticular module. If I use alias here and lateron try to remove any
user from the module then it'll delete that user from original list under
Please, Correct me If I'm wrong !!
From: Adam Williams [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, April 01, 2002 4:50 PM
To: Mahesh Patil
Subject: Re: Storing references...
>Any idea what this objectClass "referral" is ?????.
A referral (as I understand it) refers a query to another partition of
>Basically I have one entry in my LDAP tree and the attribute of that entry
>need to store a reference to one entry somewhere else.
>Now in my above example "cn: cn=Site,
>cn=Administration,ou=ABS,ou=Application,o=Agilisys" attribute stores
>reference to an entry with "dn=cn=Site,
>cn=Administration,ou=ABS,ou=Application,o=Agilisys". But now the problem is
>my "CN" attribute has more than one value. Can I have some other attribute
>which can store such reference ???
I think what you really want is an alias object.