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Re: use of my OID


Your OID is, from there on you can construct your tree however you want. I suggest you keep an order, that way you know which ones you have used, and to what the refer to. If you were to use the example in the Openldap docs you would do the following:    Myobjectclass1  MyattributeOfObjectClass1   MyattributeOfObjectClass2   Myobjectclass2

and so on. But this is just an example. hope it helps!


At 16:36 10.04.2002 +0200, you wrote:

I'm a little bit confused with the use of my OID. I obtained a OID from
IANA, for example 15247. Now I want to built a schema file. I already looked
at http://www.openldap.org/doc/admin/schema.html and I got more confused.
Let us say I want to define a new objectclass. Does my tree start like this:

or like this:

I have no idea how to start. I would be pleased if someone could show me the
way. Thanks

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