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RE: schema questions
Today at 6:26am, Howard Chu wrote:
> No. Real X.500 servers store by OID, most LDAP servers don't. They use the
> string names, so if you undefine the name you may lose access to the data.
Ouch... been there done that to myself :-(
> If both names are defined, it doesn't matter which you use. Generally the
> slapd code will try to use the shortest name when it returns it to you
I haven't tested with OpenLDAP 2.1, but 2.0 doesn't do that!
% ldapsearch -x -LLL netid=fcs fax
While slapd returned the correct attribute, it didn't call it "fax" it
rather returned the REAL name for the attribute.
Frank Swasey | http://www.uvm.edu/~fcs
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