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RE: sql-backend - ldapadd fails

On Mon, 2005-11-28 at 14:39 -0800, dpinkard@AccessLine.com wrote:
> Thanks!
> What is the general purpose of this table?


>  Why does the sql backend simply
> accept that there might not be a procedure and move on?

The essential use of back-sql is to map existing data, so it doesn't
need any write capabilities.  99% of the usage is fine without write
capability, so back-sql does not complain if there's no write mapping.

Moreover, by default it does not complain even if adding an entry is
mapped, but there is no mapping for some of the attributes.  You can
configure it to be more strict and reject those writes (see
fail_if_no_mapping in slapd-sql(5)).


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