Howard Chu wrote:
There can only be one DIT Structure Rule for an entry, and a DIT Structure Rule can only reference one nameForm. For any given entry, only one nameForm may be in effect.
I've forgotten that the DIT structure rule can only reference a single name form (although I've implemented it that way).
Hmm...still don't get it...reviewing my code...Are you saying that different DIT structure rules each referencing another name form which reference the same structural object class cannot have the same SUP id? SUP is also multi-valued.
Would this be possible? sr2 --SUP--> sr1 sr3 --SUP--> sr1 sr1 --FORM--> nf1 sr2 --FORM--> nf2 sr3 --FORM--> nf3 nf1 --OC--> oc1 nf2 --OC--> oc23 nf3 --OC--> oc23 (with nf2 and nf3 having different RDN attrs sets)The examples in X.521(1993) are pretty simple. But I remember having seen more flexible declarations when doing interop testing with some X.500 servers.
Description: S/MIME Cryptographic Signature