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Re: entryCSN in OpenLDAP vs CSN defined in LDUP doc

At 12:07 PM 11/15/2003, Saheli Dey wrote:
>As per the LDUP draft, <http://vesuvio.ipv6.cselt.it/internet-drafts/draft-ietf-ldup-model-09.txt>http://vesuvio.ipv6.cselt.it/internet-drafts/draft-ietf-ldup-model-09.txt

The actual syntax is defined in draft-ietf-ldup-infomod.

>But sample entryCSN in OpenLDAP is as follows: 20031111080100#0x0007#0#0000

Per infomod, we shouldn't be using hex for S1.

>In OpenLDAP, the last section - sub-modification count (0000) is not a hex string.

Per infomod, S2 shouldn't be a hex string either.
(numericString is defined in RFC 2252 as a sequence
of decimal digits).

>Is the sub-modification count used in OpenLDAP ?