[Date Prev][Date Next]
Re: Total ldap Newbie question, hit me if you want.
Your schema definition for the person objectclass doesn't allow the title
attribute. Either add an objectclass that allows the title attribute, or
remove that attribute from your ldif.
to find out attributes are required and allowed by the person objectclass.
Black holes are where God divided by zero.
On Thu, 4 Apr 2002, David Olivier wrote:
> --Le mercredi 3 avril 2002 22:45 +0100 Sean Rima <email@example.com> disait:
> > After some time using Linux, I have decided that it is time to extend my
> > knowledge of various detailed aspects and OpenLdap was the one that I
> > decided to hit upon.
> > I installed the latest openldap server and utils and have done the basic
> > setup as per the quick start guide.
> > I grabbed a HOWTO and tried to add a user:
> > dn: cn=Sean Rima,dc=tcob1,dc=net
> > objectClass: person
> > cn: Sean Rima
> > cn: The Civvie
> > sn: Rima
> > title: The One and Only
> > mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > uid: sean
> > but when I do ldapadd -f newex I get:
> > adding new entry "cn=Sean Rima,dc=tcob1,dc=net"
> > ldap_add: Object class violation
> > additional info: attribute 'title' not allowed
> > ldif_record() = 65
> > I have gone through the docs and cannot dind out what I am doing wrong
> > Sean
> Error code 65 indicates an InsufficientModestyError. Titles such as "The One and Only", "The Best", "His or Her Highness", etc. are not allowed by RFC2251.