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RE : OpenLDAP for Win2K
I think that you will have better advices if you :
- read again the short but excellent admin guide (see http://www.openldap.org/doc/)
- don't forget that a FAQ exists (see http://www.openldap.org/faq/)
- ask the list, where real gurus are listning
I have tried to give you some hints below.
Have a nice day.
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : [...]
> decided to just test using the bdb database.
> i did the following in my slapd.conf
> database bdb
> suffix "c=MY"
> rootdn "c=MY"
The "rootdn" is the ID of a user (the administrator). You should use something like "cn=manager, c=MY" (or supervisor, as in your LDIF file). Don't forget the associated password
> my ldif file is the following:-
> dn: c=MY
> objectclass: country
> objectclass: organization
> o: Digicert Sdn. Bhd.
> c: MY
It's not correct to have an object that instanciate two structural objectclasses.
An apple is not a car, but both can have a color and a weight.
You MUST chose one and only one structural objectclass for each object. Complementary attributes (color, weight ...) will be available through auxiliary objectclasses.
See http://www.openldap.org/faq/data/cache/883.html for a more complete description.