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From "Alex Karasulu (JIRA)" <directory-...@incubator.apache.org>
Subject [jira] Updated: (DIREVE-101) schemaSubentry support
Date Fri, 03 Dec 2004 23:37:23 GMT
     [ http://nagoya.apache.org/jira/browse/DIREVE-101?page=history ]

Alex Karasulu updated DIREVE-101:
---------------------------------

    Description: 
>I'm trying to add a user with JXplorer and receive:
>"Because there is no schema currently published by the directory, adding a new 
>entry is unavailable.".
>
>  
>
Ahhhh right now there is very minimal schema support.  I have not added 
anything for the schemaSubentry.  Actually this would be really easy to 
do.  All the schema objects exist within the system in memory within 
registries.  I just need to have a subschemaSubentry attribute in the 
RootDSE pointing to something like cn=schema or something which 
dynamically creates an entry by doing a toString on all objects in the 
registry.  Yeah this is like a 3-8 hour task.  It should be done for 
0.8.0 for sure to make anything useful.  We may not enable schema 
checking at this point but we sure do need to have a subschemaSubentry. 

Lots of clients need it to create forms for adding new entries.  That's 
how they figure out the attributes needed.  Ok Mark can you file this in 
JIRA too and I'll get to it.  I'll try to get to this one soon as well.


  was:
>I'm trying to add a user with JXplorer and receive:
>"Because there is no schema currently published by the directory, adding a new 
>entry is unavailable.".
>
>  
>
Ahhhh right now there is very minimal schema support.  I have not added 
anything for the schemaSubentry.  Actually this would be really easy to 
do.  All the schema objects exist within the system in memory within 
registries.  I just need to have a subschemaSubentry attribute in the 
RootDSE pointing to something like cn=schema or something which 
dynamically creates an entry by doing a toString on all objects in the 
registry.  Yeah this is like a 3-8 hour task.  It should be done for 
0.8.0 for sure to make anything useful.  We may not enable schema 
checking at this point but we sure do need to have a subschemaSubentry. 

Lots of clients need it to create forms for adding new entries.  That's 
how they figure out the attributes needed.  Ok Mark can you file this in 
JIRA too and I'll get to it.  I'll try to get to this one soon as well.


        Version:     (was: 0.8.0)
    Fix Version: 0.8.0

We want to fix this for the 0.8.0 release.

> schemaSubentry support
> ----------------------
>
>          Key: DIREVE-101
>          URL: http://nagoya.apache.org/jira/browse/DIREVE-101
>      Project: Directory Eve
>         Type: Improvement
>   Components: schema
>  Environment: Java
>     Reporter: Mark Swanson
>     Assignee: Alex Karasulu
>      Fix For: 0.8.0

>
> >I'm trying to add a user with JXplorer and receive:
> >"Because there is no schema currently published by the directory, adding a new 
> >entry is unavailable.".
> >
> >  
> >
> Ahhhh right now there is very minimal schema support.  I have not added 
> anything for the schemaSubentry.  Actually this would be really easy to 
> do.  All the schema objects exist within the system in memory within 
> registries.  I just need to have a subschemaSubentry attribute in the 
> RootDSE pointing to something like cn=schema or something which 
> dynamically creates an entry by doing a toString on all objects in the 
> registry.  Yeah this is like a 3-8 hour task.  It should be done for 
> 0.8.0 for sure to make anything useful.  We may not enable schema 
> checking at this point but we sure do need to have a subschemaSubentry. 
> Lots of clients need it to create forms for adding new entries.  That's 
> how they figure out the attributes needed.  Ok Mark can you file this in 
> JIRA too and I'll get to it.  I'll try to get to this one soon as well.

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