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Re: best practices - dn:
I was hoping for exactly what you gave me, thanks a lot.
On Feb 3, 2009, at 3:51 PM, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
--On Tuesday, February 03, 2009 2:38 PM -0800 Brian Krusic <email@example.com
I've read and config'd my ldifs as follows;
What do you think the most reliable dn value should be; with uid or
What, you want to start a war? ;P
More seriously, I think name based DN's are generally problematic
because names change. I.e., someone gets married or divorced.
UID's change too, however, for similar reasons, or because someone
picked something stupid as their uid. If you have assigned IDs that
don't change, then that's fine.
For example, one place I worked used what are essentially UUID's as
That way, no matter what happens to my name or UID, that suRegId
value will always hold my data, regardless.
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