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Re: schema checking cannot be disabled

Kurt D. Zeilenga wrote:
At 10:35 AM 9/29/2005, Michael Torrie wrote:

Can OpenLDAP 2.2.28 be hacked to turn schema checking back off?

Yes.  But I suggest you consider how you might be able to
resolve this problem without resorting to such hacking,
such as updating whatever tool you are using to load
the data into slapd(8) to sanitize it for adding it
(e.g., add another structural class which subclasses both
of the other structural classes).

Any chance of getting a "structuralchecking off" feature in slapd.conf or cn=config, so that people don't have to resort to hacking the source code?

It's nice to try to get people to do the right thing with sensible default values, but if somebody wants to disregard structural integrity for whatever reason, then you should not assume that you know better than them and prevent them from doing it.

BTW, would including the extensibleObject class make the server disregard structural integrity checking for that particular object?