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RE: How to replace account with inetOrgPerson?
> I am trying to add the "inetOrgPerson" objectClass, but some users
> already have the "account" objectClass.
> After a long search, I found that you cannot have both. So I am trying
> to remove "account", and add "inetOrgPerson". But I cannot do that
> either. I just get the following error :
> err=69 text=structural object class modification from 'account' to
> 'inetOrgPerson' not allowed
> If I just try to remove "account", I get
> entry failed schema check: no structural object class provided
> So, how can I add "inetOrgPerson" and remove "account" ?
> Also, I notice that I don't have "account" listed under dn:
> cn=schema,cn=config. What I have is:
> Thanks for any help
> PS: I just need a "mail" attribute. Maybe there is a simpler way than
> to add inetOrgPerson with all it's ridiculous attributes like "audio"
> or "carLicense" ?
IF your goal is to simply add the 'mail' attr to existing accounts, why not just use the extensibleObject objectClass to each account. Once that is added, you should be able to add the needed attribute. This is what I did and it seems to work fine.
To the OpenLDAP gurus; should this method not be used?
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