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Re: Invalid syntax on ldapadd
Chris G. Sellers wrote:
I think posixAccount requires homeDirectory as well. W/o that your
syntax is invalid because the objectclass is being violated.
Then he would have received an Object Class Violation message instead. Don't
make up answers if you don't know them. If you want to help, that's great, but
know what you're talking about first. It's not so hard to look up the list of
error codes and what they mean.
On Jan 29, 2008, at 3:24 PM, Vinh.CTR.Hoang@faa.gov
Hi, I'm very new ldap, and i'm wondering if you guys can help me with
I'm going over the some tutorials to setup ldap for authentication.
However, I can't seem to be able to add any users or groups.
I'm Solaris 9, w/ openldap 2.3.35.
my slapd.conf looks like:
index objecClass,uid,uidNumer,gidNumber eq
Is "objecClass" just a typo in your email, or mis-typed in your slapd.conf
too? Same for "uidNumer".
Being new to LDAP isn't an excuse for being sloppy or careless. Every
computing system in the world will only process the exact input you give it.
Succeeding with LDAP doesn't really take any esoteric knowledge; it just
requires you to pay attention to what you're doing, the same skills that you
need in any other field.
index cn eq
the user i'm trying to add is:
I have no trailling spaces.
my add commands is :
ldapadd -D "cn=root,dc=caplan,dc=org" -f <File>
no matter what i do i get "Invalid syntax"
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