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Re: It is possible to have a suffix "dn=domain.com"


I have read RFC 2247 and it says how to split the Domain, but does not
define it as a MUST.

So, are ldapadd and ldapmodify buggy? or the RFC does not enforce the
use of Domain Components?

On Wed, 2002-12-04 at 19:18, Richard Levitte - VMS Whacker wrote:
> In message <1039044648.813.37.camel@Grissom.tac.noldata.com> on 04 Dec 2002 18:30:48 -0500, Gustavo Lozano <glozano@noldata.com> said:
> glozano> I want to know if is it possible to have a suffix just like
> glozano> 
> glozano> suffix    "dc=domain.com"
> glozano> 
> glozano> instead
> glozano> 
> glozano> suffix    "dc=domain,dc=com"
> Nope, that's incorrect use of DC.
> [...]
> glozano> Now lets delete it:
> glozano> 
> glozano> bash# ldapdelete -Duid=root,dc=domain.com -W
> glozano> Enter LDAP Password: 
> glozano> dn:uid=test,dc="domain.com"
> glozano> Delete Result: Invalid DN syntax (34)
> glozano> Additional info: invalid DN
> glozano> 
> glozano> 
> glozano> But ldapadd and ldapmodify works!!
> I'd rather say that ldapadd and ldapmodify are buggy for not detecting
> this...
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