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Re: Different CN's for DN and CN.

On Tue, Mar 18, 2003 at 05:22:37PM -0500, Ming Deng wrote:

> >All elements of the RDN must appear as attributes in the object.
> >
> There are lots of examples which do not follow this rule. As for this 
> example,
> # MemberGroupA, stooges
> dn: ou=MemberGroupA,o=stooges
> ou: MemberGroupA
> objectClass: top
> objectClass: organizationalUnit
> description: Members of MemberGroupA
> Here "organizationalUnit" does not allow an attribute of "o".

That is no problem. In the example you quote, the RDN is
'ou=MemberGroupA' which also appears correctly as an attribute in the
entry. 'o=stooges' is the parent object, whose objectclass presumably
does allow an 'o' attribute.

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