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Re: Extending the schema
I did some additional testing and it appears that I cannot extend the schema from my application. Is there a way to mark the schema so that it can be edited or is it simply not extendable from an application?
I still need some answers to my other questions as well.
>>> "Tony Thompson" <email@example.com> 06/06/02 10:49AM >>>
I have a few questions about extending the schema in OpenLDAP.
Can the schema be extended by my application? I am currently using JNDI with Sun's LDAP provider to connect to LDAP directories and extend the schema. The RootDSE in OpenLDAP appears to be missing the subschemaSubentry attribute so, I am guessing that I cannot do it from my application.
Does OpenLDAP provide an attribute syntax that is similar to Novell's Typed Name syntax (2.16.840.1.113718.104.22.168.1.25) or Microsoft's DN with Binary syntax (1.2.840.113522.214.171.1243)? Basically, I need a syntax that stores a DN and an integer. I noticed that OpenLDAP supports a "Name and Optional UID" syntax. Would this handle what I am looking for?
Since the RootDSE is missing the subschemaSubentry attribute, where is the schema stored and how can I look at it (with an LDAP browser, for example)? My application also needs to be able to query the schema (via LDAP) to determine the syntax of various attributes, etc.