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OpenLDAP + Oracle 10g - ldapsearch returns no result, ldapmodify returns failure


I am currently investigating how to use Oracle as backend
for OpenLDAP.  I got to the point that Oracle and ODBC
has installed and running correctly. 

I am able to use 'iodbctest' to perform SQL query; 
but there is no result coming back using ldapsearch and 
failure using ldapmodify.

Here are the steps I performed:

I am using a box running RedHat Enterprise Linux ES 3 update 5:
- Install Oracle 10g
- Install OpenLink ODBC Oracle Driver
- Install and Recompiled OpenLDAP 2.2.26
- Imported all sql that included in this email:
  - backsql_create.sql
  - testdb_create_wo_d.sql
  - testdb_data_wo_d.sql
  - testdb_metadata_wo_d.sql
  (those are modified from original scripts under 

- Start sladp using 'sladp -d 5'

- run ldapsearch -x -b "o=sql,c=RU" "(objectclass=*)"
  Return result is:
    # search result
    search: 2
    result: 0 Success

- run ldapmodify -x -D "cn=root,o=sql,c=RU" -w cisco -f tk_0.ldif 
  Return result is:
    modifying entry "cn=Person0,o=sql,c=RU"
    ldap_modify: No such object (32)

I have attached 2 zip files and my slapd.conf in this email.

I appreciate any suggestions or comments on this.

Thank you very much,
-Tohru Kao


Attachment: slapd.conf
Description: slapd.conf

Attachment: result.zip
Description: result.zip

Attachment: testdb_sql_oracle.zip
Description: testdb_sql_oracle.zip