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Re: Schema generator
Jeff Warnica wrote:
I would tend to agree.. That leads to the question os what to do about
it. The closest thing to a public repository of schemas is
http://ldap.akbkhome.com/, reading through RFCs, and whats included in
Would it be helpfull for a site to be developed that officialy publishes
unoffical schema extensions?
http://www.alvestrand.no/objectid/top.html which is not read-only.
Back to original question:
Most problems users are facing when creating schema is not the configuration
syntax. It's rather a lack of understanding of basics like LDAP syntaxes,
matching, inheritance, etc.. I already thought about implementing such a
thing myself but I can't imagine how a GUI could really support a dumb user
creating a good schema. Before implementing it one should have a look at the
schema tools commercial vendors are shipping. I don't use these tools though...