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RE: "no structuralObjectClass operational attribute" ?
I used the "Experimental" tree of the OpenLDAP namespace (under "666").
According to the OpenLDAP documentation, that's what it's used for- to try
out new objectclasses and attributes. Is this not correct?
Yes, once the server is operational, we'll enter them into our own namespace
(we do have one already).
Planner, Regional Services
Shaw Cablesystems GP
630 - 3rd Avenue SW
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kurt D. Zeilenga [mailto:Kurt@OpenLDAP.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, August 27, 2002 10:08 AM
> To: Darren Gamble
> Cc: openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
> Subject: RE: "no structuralObjectClass operational attribute" ?
> I see that you have hijacked OpenLDAP OID name space. I
> don't support hijackers.
> At 07:18 AM 2002-08-27, Darren Gamble wrote:
> >Good day,
> >> >The message I get with ldapadd (or with any other tool
> I've used) is:
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >ldap_add: Object class violation (65)
> >> > additional info: no structuralObjectClass
> >> operational attribute
> >> This means that the entry has some sort of structural
> >> object class problem. Without a copy of the entry (and
> >> applicable custom schema, if any), I am not able to
> >> determine what the exact problem is.
> >Thanks for your reply. However, I feel that it could be
> incorrect. Please
> >feel to correct me if I am wrong.
> >If I had an objectclass violation, then I would instead get
> error messages
> >with text something like (not verbatim):
> >"No structual objectlcass defined"
> >"bad structural objectclass chain X/Y"
> >... like you have documented in the FAQ. I would know- as I
> mentioned, I
> >have had to overhaul my data quite a bit to make it import
> into 2.1.X . The
> >error message states that I am missing an _attribute_.
> >I probably should have done this right off the bat: here's a
> sample entry:
> >rovinceCode=ab,rscName=Calgary,ou=RSC,o=Shaw Cablesystems,c=CA
> >objectClass: plugIn
> >ipAddress: 220.127.116.11
> >plugInName: TestEntry
> >(the dn is one line of course, it'll just get wrapped funny
> in the mail
> >.. and here is the definition for that object class:
> >objectclass ( 18.104.22.168.4.1.4203.666.26
> > NAME 'plugIn'
> > SUP top STRUCTURAL
> > DESC 'Service plugIn for monitoring'
> > MUST (plugInName $ ipAddress)
> > MAY ( <big list snipped> ))
> >I certainly don't see anything wrong with that entry. Works
> with slapadd,
> >not with ldapadd. I should reiterate that I can add _nothing_ with
> >ldapadd/ldapmodify. No entries at all. And I've tried lots
> of different
> >objectclasses and records, including very simple ones that
> only used a
> >predefined structural objectclass. I always get the same
> error message.
> >I am fairly certain that there is nothing wrong with any of the
> >objectclasses- but, I could be wrong, of course.
> >Darren Gamble
> >Planner, Regional Services
> >Shaw Cablesystems GP
> >630 - 3rd Avenue SW
> >Calgary, Alberta, Canada
> >T2P 4L4
> >(403) 781-4948