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Re: v2.2.24 structural object class modification not allowed
Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
--On Thursday, April 28, 2005 2:58 PM -0500 Curt Blank <email@example.com>
Got this when trying to add a user to our Calendar application that
writes to LDAP:
Apr 28 14:37:19 ldap01 slapd: entry failed schema check:
structural object class modification from 'uwmPerson' to 'ctCalUser' not
Apr 28 14:37:19 ldap01 slapd: conn=155 op=5 RESULT tag=103 err=69
text=structural object class modification from 'uwmPerson to 'ctCalUser'
Now my question is, is this modification not allowed because I have not
allowed the Calendar application write access to the
structuralObjectClass attribute, or is it not allowed period?
Obviously new users have this set to uwmPerson when they are added to
LDAP and when added to Calendar this needs to change to ctCalUser because
the ctCalUser objectclass has SUP uwmPerson STRUCTURAL in it.
AFAIK, you cannot change the structural object class of an existing
entry. You would need to delete their uwm based person, and then add
them as a ctCalUser. Any particular reason you don't design your schema
to just use one structuural objectclass? or two inherit from two?
The ctCalUser was supplied by the vendor and used starting with our
2.0.27 install, I had to modify it for 2.2.24 and setting SUP to
uwmPerson seemed to work, until I ran into this. I didn't understand
until now what setting it to that meant. This was all new in 2.2.24 and
I was just trying to make it work like it used too.
We have things like:
SUP ( structural1 $ structural2 )
This seems like a good alternative if I can just make that change to the
schema, deleting tens of thousands of users and adding them back in to
correct this is not going to be fun if that is what I'm going to have to
do. But I got a feeling that is what I'm going to have to do. So where
do I actually do the SUP ( structural1 $ structural2 ) I'm by far not an
expert on LDAP and when changes like this occur in new versions it
really screws thing up.
Then it can use both as structural object classes.
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