On Mon, 2008-01-21 at 08:11 +0100, Pierangelo Masarati wrote: > Andrew Bartlett wrote: > > > I strongly suspect I won't ever get to the stage of being able to use > > OpenLDAP's schema files, unless they are strictly broken up into files > > that do and don't conflict with Microsoft (which is probably not an > > OpenLDAP goal :-) > > Files provided by OpenLDAP are a mere dump of the contents of the > related RFCs, but users are not required to use them. User-defined > schema is user-defined schema and, although most of interoperability > would probably break if you don't load core.schema (an significant > portions of it are actually hardcoded), you don't need to use those > files. So breaking things up, or extracting portions and copying them > where they are needed by your application should not be an issue, given > that they are pretty stable, since they're based on standard track > documents. Of course, as soon as you change standard track definitions, > you work against interoperability, but that's another issue. But the moment I copy those definitions, I end up exactly where I am now, with files that are *not* updated when it is decided, for some perfectly reasonable reason or other, to place that attribute in the C code of slapd. Andrew Bartlett -- Andrew Bartlett http://samba.org/~abartlet/ Authentication Developer, Samba Team http://samba.org Samba Developer, Red Hat Inc.
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