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RE: LDIF format question for Openldap-2.3.27
I have structural obejct class fnDbConPool for cn=testApp
here I am using jdbc as a tree struture but not like a structural obejct class
url structural obejct class fnDbConPool
here why should I need structural obejct class for jdbc???
From: Quanah Gibson-Mount [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, April 05, 2007 9:00 PM
To: Venkat Reddy Valluri; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: RE: LDIF format question for Openldap-2.3.27
--On Thursday, April 05, 2007 5:14 PM -0400 Venkat Reddy Valluri
> it mentioned that that error came from adding
> so as you told I tried using "cn=testApp, ou=jdbc, dc=production,
> dc=net" and it worked.
> So do you mean we can't create a entry with two "cn" values like
> "cn=testApp, cn=jdbc, dc=production, dc=net"
> if that is the case how can I convert my old database which has the
> format like "cn=testApp, cn=jdbc, dc=production, dc=net" to new database
You don't understand what he said. What he said was, you were missing a
structural objectClass for the jdbc entry, which you will need to have
before you can add it.
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