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Re: attrs=@objectClassName affects objectClass attribute
--On Wednesday, June 06, 2012 10:38 AM -0700 Quanah Gibson-Mount
--On Wednesday, June 06, 2012 7:06 PM +0200 Jan-Piet Mens
Don't inherit from top.
This entry doesn't have objectClass=top:
Howard is talking about the *schema definition*. Not the entry.
However, I don't think his response is quite valid. AUXILIARY OC's
traditionally inherit from top. If you look at the standard track schema
items included with OpenLDAP, this is quite apparent.
There are a ton of examples in core.schema/core.ldif of this very same
Discussed with Howard. That is how the standard track RFCs define those
objectClasses, but in general, you don't want to do this with your custom
AUX objectClasses. Really the RFC defined oc's should be fixed via another
RFC, but fat chance of that happening.
If you truly want to inherit from top for your AUX objectClases in the
schema definition, then add an ACL granting access to the objectClass
attribute as one of your first ACL entries.
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