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Re: Different CN's for DN and CN.
>>>>Yes that's a new constraint comming with 2.1.14 and above ...(better
>>>>respect to RFCs i supose)
>>>>RDN attribute must be exactly the same (except respect of case) as the
>>>>attributre difined in the object. in your case you must have:
>>>>>dn: cn=myname, ou=people, dc=sws, dc=oldham, dc=uk, dc=net
>>>>>cn: My Name
>>>Does it have to be a cn attribute in this case? I seem to have built
>>>some DITs with some attributes only appear
>>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
># MemberGroupA, stooges
>description: Members of MemberGroupA
>Here "organizationalUnit" does not allow an attribute of "o".
"o" is not a part of the RDN.
The RDN is "ou=MemberGroupA", thus the "ou: MemberGroupA"