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Cosine schema - RFC 4524
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- Subject: Cosine schema - RFC 4524
- From: Zdenek Styblik <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 28 May 2009 10:58:11 +0200
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my question is regarding updated Cosine schema [RFC 4524] which has been
accepted in March 1991 by IANA. This obsoletes previous Cosine schema
OpenLDAP has support for RFC 4524, yet it comes with pre-defined older
So, I'm wondering, is there reason for keep using RFC 1274, or is it
safe to define/create new Cosine schema by RFC 4524?
Note: I've found ldif file which corresponds with RFC 4524, but no
schema file. But I think [believe] it won't be that hard to define
schema by published RFC. But, if somebody knows where I can get those
files for OpenLDAP, I would be really happy.
Thank you for your reply.
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