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Re: DN question

Hi again!

This is the output of the command:

xxx:~/ldap # ldapmodify -xv -h xxx.xx.hu -D "CN=xx,OU=xx,O=xx" -w
password -f ./gipsz_giro.ldif
ldap_initialize( ldap://lx3.cnw.hu )
add usercertificate;binary:
        NOT ASCII (1384 bytes)
modifying entry "uid=gjakab,CN=Gipsz Jakab"
modify complete
ldap_modify: No such object (32)

Ldif file:

lx3:~/ldap # cat ./gipsz_giro.ldif
version: 1

dn: uid=gjakab,CN=Gipsz Jakab
changetype: modify
usercertificate;binary:: <certificate>

The entrys of the directory is synchronised from an other directory.
We haven't got Organization or Organizational unit..

Thanks for any help.

Ciao, Tamas

2008/8/14 Andrew Findlay <andrew.findlay@skills-1st.co.uk>:
> On Thu, Aug 14, 2008 at 05:18:02PM +0200, Michael Ströder wrote:
>> You can use either just attribute 'mail' as characteristic attribute for
>> forming the RDN.
>> mail=jsmiths,<..rest of DN..>
>> mail=johnsmiths,<..rest of DN..>
>> Or you could use so-called multi-valued RDNs:
>> cn=John Smiths+mail=jsmiths,<..rest of DN..>
>> cn=John Smiths+mail=johnsmiths,<..rest of DN..>
> Another approach is to use some attribute that is unique and is
> not ever going to change. The easiest way to be sure of this is
> to make up a value and put it in 'uniqueIdentifier'. That way
> you do not have problems with clashes and you never have to
> rename entries.
> Andrew
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