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Re: reducing information duplication

Dieter Kluenter a écrit :
> Guillaume Rousse <Guillaume.Rousse@inria.fr> writes:
>> Dieter Kluenter a écrit :
>>> Guillaume Rousse <Guillaume.Rousse@inria.fr> writes:
>>>> Hello list.
>>>> I'm looking for a way to reduce information duplication in an LDAP
>>>> directory, using the equivalence of joint in SQL databases. Basically,
>>>> all my user entries (inetorgperson + posixAccount) need to have a
>>>> 'secretary' and a 'manager' field, but given than all users from the
>>>> same group have the same secretary and the same manager, I'd prefer to
>>>> refer to them at the group level, and refer to the group from the user
>>>> entry.
>>> An other aproach would be a collective attribute, RFC 3671.
>> Interesting. From what I read sofar, it is implemented in the collect
>> overlay, whose sources are included but not build in openldap 2.3. I
>> didn't found any additional schema, tough, and there is no documentation
>> available neither, as it is meant to be an experimental module. Not
>> really encouraging to use :)
> There is a collective.schema bundled with openldap
Not in 2.3.38 apparently.

> and a
> grep -i -r collective on the source code supplies lots of matches.
This doesn't really constitute documentation...

Guillaume Rousse
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