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From Emmanuel Lecharny <elecha...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [TERMINOLOGY] Is there a name for ... ?
Date Tue, 10 Apr 2007 19:22:57 GMT
Alex Karasulu a écrit :

> Ole,
>
> Also note that an RDN can be more than one name component in the DN.  
> It can
> be multiple name components as long as it is relative to some context. 
> For
> example if your context is dc=example,dc=com then you can have an RDN of
> cn=oersory,ou=users.  This is two name components but it's still relative
> hence it's an RDN.

I guess that Alex wanted to write 'cn=oersoy+ou=users'. 
'cn=oersory,ou=users' is not a RDN, it's a DN composed of two RDNs. 
Basically, DN = (RDN)*.

The rigthmost part of a DN is, well, the rightmost part. It MAY be the 
root of a partition, if it has be declared as so in the server.xml file 
(and then it can't be split).

Emmanuel.

>
> The terminology is a bit weird this way.
>
> Alex



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