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From "Ersin Er" <ersin...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [jira] Created: (DIRSERVER-950) Server Left in Unstable State
Date Thu, 31 May 2007 19:22:35 GMT
Definately +1.

On 5/31/07, David Jencks <david_jencks@yahoo.com> wrote:
> I agree with Emmanuel
>
> david jencks
>
> On May 31, 2007, at 10:43 AM, Ole Ersoy wrote:
>
> >
> >
> > Emmanuel Lecharny wrote:
> >> On 5/31/07, Ole Ersoy <ole.ersoy@gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> Emmanuel,
> >>>
> >>> I do my best to please you
> >> It's not only about me...
> >
> > Oh yes it is.  You are the
> > only one who has commented on this.
> >
> > This is strictly your preference,
> > unless you get 5 people
> > on the "Entire" mailing list to
> > agree with you.
> >
> > I'm being pretty flexible here.
> >
> > 5/200
> >
> > As a matter of fact I'll attach
> > one of Alex's emails to show
> > you his writing style.
> >
> > Compare that to mine.  Do they
> > look wildly different to you?
> >
> > Be honest.  When was the last time
> > you addressed the list and asked
> > what our email style preferences are?
> >
> >
> >>> whenever I think it's fair (
> >>> and I realize you have put
> >>> a massive amount of time
> >>> into the server, and I benefit
> >>> a great deal from this)
> >>> but this happens to be my
> >>> preferred writing style.
> >> It's not about what *you* prefer, but how the community is likely to
> >> like it.
> >
> > Precisely.  That's why I issued the Challenge.
> >
> > Just get 5/200 people to agree with you.
> >
> > SNIP
> >
> >> Also be fair : your mails are supposed to please the many who read
> >> them, not the one who writes them ...
> >
> > Right - Back to my previous point.  Are you sure
> > that your preference is the preference of the many?
> >
> > Guys - If you are reading this - Please
> > let me know if you agree with Emmanuel.
> > I'm all for acting in the communities best interest.
> >
> >> Ok, I want it to be clear. You can write the mail using one char per
> >> column, there is nothing we can do about that. Just understand
> >> that at
> >> some point, if you just continue with such mails, they will simply be
> >> ignored. This is where I want to get you : be part of the band,
> >> accept
> >> the common rules, and play with us, or you will be like the poor
> >> lonely child in the playground, simply because you want to play the
> >> game with your own rules. There are no punishments, no bashing,
> >> nothing, just you will feel alone. And that will be a loss for all of
> >> us, because what we are trying to do is to build a community of smart
> >> people. And you are smart.
> >
> >
> > Right back to the point.  Prove that you are right.
> > It's an open list.  Guys, I really want to act
> > in the communities best interest.  If you agree
> > with Emmanuel, then please speak up.
> >
> >> Be one of us. Just accept that if we have a different opinion, by no
> >> mean it should be seen as a constraint on you that we ask you to
> >> change your habits. It's just a request, for the good of the project.
> >
> > Right - lets make sure that your preference
> > covers 80% of the core contributors though.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > - Ole
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> > Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2007 01:32:56 -0400
> > From: "Alex Karasulu" <akarasulu@apache.org>
> > Sender: akarasulu@gmail.com
> > To: "Apache Directory Developers List" <dev@directory.apache.org>
> > Subject: Re: [Schema] How do I write a new ObjectClass to ApacheDS
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> >
> > Ole,
> >
> > On 3/28/07, Ole Ersoy <ole.ersoy@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> >> Ahhh - You are still out there - Lucky Dog!
> >
> >
> > Yeah baby!
> >
> >
> >
> >> Thanks for wading through all these "Books" while on vacation!
> >
> >
> > NP.
> >
> >
> > SNIP ...
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >> how do I create an ObjectClass on the fly before storing a (Java
> >> Class
> >> instance)?
> >
> >
> > Ahh that's way easy now.  You're timing is great ... you would
> > never have
> > been
> > able to do this with 1.0 without a restart which blows.
> >
> > Anyways there's a special schema partition: ou=schema.  Under that
> > context
> > are a bunch of schema names like ..
> >
> > cn=nis
> > cn=inetorgperson
> > cn=blah blah blan
> >
> > Under these are container ou's that each store various schema
> > entities for
> > that schema such as attributeTypes, syntaxes, objectClasses etc.  I
> > just
> > realized that if you read that document on the schema subsystem
> > redesign you
> > can save me some typing brotha man :).
> >
> > So basically you can create your own schema object for the
> > namespace.  Then
> > under that schema object create teh containers.  Then create the
> > objects
> > according to that redesign document.
> >
> > You basically create entries with the createSubcontext command and
> > that
> > document tells you what those metadata entries describing schema
> > objects
> > looks like in terms of the attributes they need to contain.  It's
> > pretty
> > simple stuff.  If you create something that is not allowed or
> > incorrect the
> > server will let you know.
> >
> >
> >
> >> On the wiki here:
> >>
> >> http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/DIRxSRVx11/Schema
> >> +Subsystem+Redesign
> >
> >
> > Yeah this is the doco to read.
> >
> >
> >
> >> It says:
> >> The new design will enable dynamic yet persistent updates to schema
> >> elements within the server.
> >
> >
> > yep.
> >
> >
> >
> >> So how do I do it using a JNDI Context?
> >
> >
> > Easy just use JNDI to create objects.  Take a look at the test
> > classes we
> > have in the repository for testing the new dynamic schema
> > capabilities.
> > It's got JNDI code for doing this that you can adapt to your
> > needs.  Here's
> > a link to one:
> >
> > https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/directory/apacheds/trunk/core-unit/
> > src/test/java/org/apache/directory/server/core/schema/
> > MetaObjectClassHandlerITest.java
> >
> > Take a look at the testAddObjectClass() method.  That should have
> > the logic
> > in there that you
> > need to create a new objectClass in a schema in the server.
> >
> > SNIP ...
> >
> > HTH,
> > Alex
> >
> > Alex Karasulu wrote:
> >> Hi Ole,
> >>
> >> On 3/28/07, *Ole Ersoy* <ole.ersoy@gmail.com
> >> <mailto: ole.ersoy@gmail.com>> wrote:
> >>
> >>     Hey Alex,
> >>
> >>     Yes - I think we're getting warmer!
> >>
> >>     Here's the thing.  Suppose I want to store an object that has
> >>     String members
> >>
> >>     shoeSize
> >>     weight
> >>     height
> >>     name
> >>
> >>     etc.
> >>
> >>     I probably have name on some ObjectClass already defined in
> >> ApacheDS.
> >>
> >>     However I still want to duplicate name on a completely different
> >>     ObjectClass.
> >>
> >>
> >> No problem.  Really it does not matter; you can create a new xyzName
> >> attribute.  Sometimes that's not so bad.  Now I see that you want to
> >> autogenerate a schema from the Class
> >> metadata and creating the attributes for your objectClass with
> >> namespace qualification might
> >> be a good idea.
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>     The ObjectClass I want has a 1:1 correspondence with the Java
> >> Class I
> >>     want to store.
> >>     That way a simple convention can be used to store the object,
> >> and no
> >>     configuration file
> >>     or index searching is needed to include a preexisting
> >> ObjectClass that
> >
> >>     has the name attribute on it.
> >>
> >>
> >> Yep I agree (now that I understand your motives more) just create all
> >> the LDAP
> >> metadata you need on the fly to establish the mapping.
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>     I guess I could create an index with all the LDAP
> >> attributeTypes and
> >>     look to see whether a certain attribute
> >>     already exists, and use it, but I think it's simpler just to
> >> create a
> >>     brand new ObjectClass.
> >>
> >>
> >> Nah don't bother.
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>     Which leads me to another question.
> >>
> >>     Can ObjectClass names have periods or underscores in them
> >>
> >>     For Instance there's inetOrgPerson?
> >>
> >>     Could it be
> >>     inet.org.person?
> >>
> >>
> >> I think so.
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>     The reason I ask is because I want to create ObjectClasses on
> >> the fly
> >>     that are namespaced.
> >>
> >>
> >> Gotchya.
> >>
> >> SNIP ...
> >>
> >> Hope fishing was a blast.  I'm sure you're really glad to out of the
> >> Sun, blue clear water,
> >> and cool breeze environment and  be back in front of a monitor.
> >>
> >> Hey I still have a few more days to go :).  It's not over yet.
> >>
> >> Regards,
> >> Alex
> >>
> >> Alex Karasulu wrote:
> >>> Hi Ole,
> >>>
> >>> Looks like you got some good advice already.  Let me just add one
> >>> more
> >>> suggestion
> >>> while you're looking into creating a schema.  Sometimes you'll find
> >>> that the
> >>> attributeTypes and objectClasses you're looking for are already
> >>> defined in published
> >>> schemas.
> >>>
> >>> For example for users you might want to take a look at something
> >>> like
> >>> inetOrgPerson etc.
> >>>
> >>> Second I suppose you're thinking of staying bleeding edge by
> >>> using 1.5
> >>> rather than using
> >>> 1.0.  I'd recommend this.  And if so then merely adding the schema
> >>> description entry for
> >>> the objectClass in the ou=schema partition in the appropriate place
> >>> should work.  The schema
> >>> is dynamic in 1.5 but I guess Emmanuel and Stephan already pointed
> >>> this out.
> >>>
> >>> I will try to back read this thread.  As you can imagine I have a
> >>> lot
> >>> to catch up on since
> >>> I've been on vacation fishing all week :D.  Yeah I don't miss LDAP
> >> he he.
> >>>
> >>> Regards,
> >>> Alex
> >>>
> >>> On 3/28/07, *Ole Ersoy* < ole.ersoy@gmail.com
> >> <mailto:ole.ersoy@gmail.com>
> >>> <mailto:ole.ersoy@gmail.com <mailto:ole.ersoy@gmail.com>>>
wrote:
> >>>
> >>>     Hey Guys,
> >>>
> >>>     I'm in the middle of designing the DAS and
> >>>     decided that I can probably make it way more efficient
> >>>     if I create an ObjectClass per Java Class that I want to
> >>> write to
> >>>     ADS.
> >>>
> >>>     So how do I programmatically create a ObjectClass and store it
> >>>     in ApacheDS?
> >>>
> >>>     Do we have a description somewhere or is this a standard JNDI
> >>> thing?
> >>>
> >>>     Here's a little further elaboration on what I want to do for
> >>> those
> >>>     interested.
> >>>
> >>>     Keep in mind this is just an example.  The Class User could
> >>> be any
> >>>     java
> >>>     class used in a model.
> >>>
> >>>     I have a Java Class >> User
> >>>
> >>>     The Class User has String members [firstName, lastName,
> >>> password]
> >>>
> >>>     So I want to create a Structural ObjectClass in ApacheDS so that
> >>>     I can add it as an attribute to the DN where a User instance
> >>> will be
> >
> >>>     stored (The java object instance).
> >>>
> >>>     If I were doing this in a relational database, I would create a
> >> table
> >>>     definition instead of a ObjectClass.
> >>>
> >>>     So I'm looking for something like this:
> >>>
> >>>     ObjectClass objectClass = LDAPSchemaFactory.createObjectClass();
> >>>     objectClass.setName ("User");
> >>>     ObjectClassAttribute objectClassAttribute =
> >>>     LDAPSchemaFactory.createObjectClassAttribute();
> >>>     objectClassAttribute.setName("firstName");
> >>>     objectClassAttribute.setType (LDAP_STRING_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE);
> >>>
> >>>     Then I would do something like:
> >>>
> >>>     ctx.storeObjectClass(objectClass);
> >>>
> >>>     The objectClass can now be assigned as an attribute to an ADS
> >> entry,
> >>>     and if we were to look at all the ObjectClasses in ADS through
> >>>     JXPlorer
> >>>     or LDAP Studio,
> >>>     we would see the User ObjectClass in the list.
> >>>
> >>>     Does that make sense?
> >>>
> >>>     Thanks,
> >>>     - Ole
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>
> >>
> >>
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> > Ole,<br><br>
> > <div><span class="gmail_quote">On 3/28/07, <b
> > class="gmail_sendername">Ole Ersoy</b> <<a onclick="return
> > top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)"
> > href="mailto:ole.ersoy@gmail.com"
> > target="_blank">ole.ersoy@gmail.com</a>
> > > wrote:</span> </div>
> > <blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="PADDING-LEFT: 1ex; MARGIN:
> > 0px 0px 0px 0.8ex; BORDER-LEFT: #ccc 1px solid">Ahhh - You are
> > still out there - Lucky Dog!</blockquote>
> > <div></div>
> > <div>Yeah baby!</div>
> > <div><br></div>
> > <blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="PADDING-LEFT: 1ex; MARGIN:
> > 0px 0px 0px 0.8ex; BORDER-LEFT: #ccc 1px solid">Thanks for wading
> > through all these "Books" while on vacation!</blockquote>
> > <div></div>
> > <div>NP.</div>
> > <div><br></div>
> > <div>SNIP ...</div>
> > <div></div>
> > <div><br></div>
> > <blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="PADDING-LEFT: 1ex; MARGIN:
> > 0px 0px 0px 0.8ex; BORDER-LEFT: #ccc 1px solid">how do I create an
> > ObjectClass on the fly before storing a (Java Class<br>instance)?</
> > blockquote>
> > <div></div>
> > <div>Ahh that's way easy now. You're timing is
> > great ... you would never have been</div>
> > <div>able to do this with 1.0 without a restart which blows.</div>
> > <div></div>
> > <div>Anyways there's a special schema partition:
> > ou=schema. Under that context are a bunch of schema names
> > like ..</div>
> > <div></div>
> > <div>cn=nis</div>
> > <div>cn=inetorgperson</div>
> > <div>cn=blah blah blan</div>
> > <div></div>
> > <div>Under these are container ou's that each store various
> > schema entities for that schema such as attributeTypes, syntaxes,
> > objectClasses etc. I just realized that if you read that
> > document on the schema subsystem redesign you can save me some
> > typing brotha man :).
> > </div>
> > <div></div>
> > <div>So basically you can create your own schema object for the
> > namespace. Then under that schema object create teh
> > containers. Then create the objects according to that
> > redesign document.</div>
> > <div></div>
> > <div>You basically create entries with the createSubcontext command
> > and that document tells you what those metadata entries describing
> > schema objects looks like in terms of the attributes they need to
> > contain. It's pretty simple stuff. If you create
> > something that is not allowed or incorrect the server will let you
> > know.
> > </div>
> > <div><br></div>
> > <blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="PADDING-LEFT: 1ex; MARGIN:
> > 0px 0px 0px 0.8ex; BORDER-LEFT: #ccc 1px solid">On the wiki
> > here:<br><a onclick="return top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)"
> > href="http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/DIRxSRVx11/Schema
> > +Subsystem+Redesign" target="_blank">
> > http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/DIRxSRVx11/Schema
> > +Subsystem+Redesign</a></blockquote>
> > <div></div>
> > <div>Yeah this is the doco to read.</div>
> > <div><br></div>
> > <blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="PADDING-LEFT: 1ex; MARGIN:
> > 0px 0px 0px 0.8ex; BORDER-LEFT: #ccc 1px solid">It says:<br>The new
> > design will enable dynamic yet persistent updates to
> > schema<br>elements within the server.
> > </blockquote>
> > <div></div>
> > <div>yep.</div>
> > <div><br></div>
> > <blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="PADDING-LEFT: 1ex; MARGIN:
> > 0px 0px 0px 0.8ex; BORDER-LEFT: #ccc 1px solid">So how do I do it
> > using a JNDI Context?</blockquote>
> > <div></div>
> > <div>Easy just use JNDI to create objects. Take a look at the
> > test classes we have in the repository for testing the new dynamic
> > schema capabilities. It's got JNDI code for doing this
> > that you can adapt to your needs. Here's a link to one:
> > </div>
> > <div></div>
> > <div><a href="https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/directory/apacheds/
> > trunk/core-unit/src/test/java/org/apache/directory/server/core/
> > schema/MetaObjectClassHandlerITest.java">https://svn.apache.org/
> > repos/asf/directory/apacheds/trunk/core-unit/src/test/java/org/
> > apache/directory/server/core/schema/MetaObjectClassHandlerITest.java
> > </a></div>
> > <div></div>
> > <div>Take a look at thetestAddObjectClass() method.
> > That should have the logic in there that you</div>
> > <div>need to create a new objectClass in a schema in the
> > server.<br></div>
> > <div>SNIP ...</div>
> > <div><br>HTH,</div>
> > <div>Alex<br><br>Alex Karasulu wrote:<br>> Hi
> > Ole,<br>><br>> On 3/28/07, *Ole Ersoy* <<a onclick="return
> > top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)"
> > href="mailto:ole.ersoy@gmail.com" target="_blank">ole.ersoy@gmail.com
> > </a><br>> <mailto:<a onclick="return top.js.OpenExtLink
> > (window,event,this)" href="mailto:ole.ersoy@gmail.com"
> > target="_blank"> ole.ersoy@gmail.com</a>>>
> > wrote:<br>><br>> Hey
> > Alex,<br>><br>> Yes - I think
> > we're getting warmer!
> > <br>><br>> Here's the
> > thing.Suppose I want to store an object that
> > has<br>> String members
> > <br>><br>>
> > shoeSize<br>>
> > weight<br>>
> > height<br>>
> > name<br>><br>> etc.
> > <br>><br>> I probably have name on
> > some ObjectClass already defined in
> > ApacheDS.<br>><br>> However I still
> > want to duplicate name on a completely different
> > <br>> ObjectClass.<br>><br>><br>
> > > No problem.Really it does not matter; you can
> > create a new xyzName<br>> attribute.Sometimes
> > that's not so bad.Now I see that you want
> > to<br>> autogenerate a schema from the Class <br>> metadata
> > and creating the attributes for your objectClass with
> > <br>> namespace qualification might<br>> be a good
> > idea.<br>><br>><br>><br>> The
> > ObjectClass I want has a 1:1 correspondence with the Java Class I
> > <br>> want to
> > store.<br>> That way a simple convention
> > can be used to store the object, and no
> > <br>> configuration
> > file<br>> or index searching is needed
> > to include a preexisting ObjectClass that
> > <br>> has the name attribute on
> > it.<br>><br>><br>> Yep I agree (now that I understand
your
> > motives more) just create all
> > <br>> the LDAP<br>> metadata you need on the fly to establish
> > the mapping.<br>>
> > <br>><br>><br>> I guess I could
> > create an index with all the LDAP attributeTypes
> > and<br>> look to see whether a certain
> > attribute
> > <br>> already exists, and use it, but I
> > think it's simpler just to create a
> > <br>> brand new
> > ObjectClass.<br>><br>><br>> Nah don't
> > bother.<br>><br>><br>><br>>
> > Which leads me to another question.
> > <br>><br>> Can ObjectClass names have
> > periods or underscores in them
> > <br>><br>> For Instance there's
> > inetOrgPerson?<br>><br>> Could it
> > be<br>> inet.org.person?
> > <br>><br>><br>> I think so.
> > <br>><br>><br>><br>> The reason
> > I ask is because I want to create ObjectClasses on the fly
> > <br>> that are
> > namespaced.<br>><br>><br>> Gotchya.<br>><br>>
> > SNIP ...<br>><br>> Hope fishing was a
> > blast.I'm sure you're really glad to out of the
> > <br>> Sun, blue clear water,<br>> and cool breeze environment
> > andbe back in front of a monitor. <br>><br>> Hey
> > I still have a few more days to go :).It's not over
> > yet.<br>><br>> Regards,<br>> Alex
> > <br>><br>> Alex Karasulu wrote:<br>> > Hi Ole,<br>>
> > ><br>> > Looks like you got some good advice
> > already.Let me just add one more <br>> >
> > suggestion<br>> > while you're looking into creating a
> > schema.Sometimes you'll find
> > <br>> > that the<br>> > attributeTypes and
> > objectClasses you're looking for are already<br>> >
> > defined in published <br>> > schemas.<br>> ><br>>
> > > For example for users you might want to take a look at
> > something like
> > <br>> > inetOrgPerson etc.<br>> ><br>> > Second
I
> > suppose you're thinking of staying bleeding edge by using
> > 1.5<br>> > rather than using<br>> >
> > 1.0.I'd recommend this.And if so then
> > merely adding the schema
> > <br>> > description entry for<br>> > the objectClass in
> > the ou=schema partition in the appropriate place <br>> >
> > should work.The schema<br>> > is dynamic in 1.5
> > but I guess Emmanuel and Stephan already pointed
> > <br>> > this out.<br>> ><br>> > I will try to
> > back read this thread.As you can imagine I have a lot
> > <br>> > to catch up on since<br>> > I've been on
> > vacation fishing all week :D.Yeah I don't miss LDAP
> > <br>> he he.<br>> ><br>> > Regards,<br>>
>
> > Alex<br>> ><br>> > On 3/28/07, *Ole Ersoy* < <a
> > onclick="return top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)"
> > href="mailto:ole.ersoy@gmail.com" target="_blank">
> > ole.ersoy@gmail.com</a><br>> <mailto:<a onclick="return
> > top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)"
> > href="mailto:ole.ersoy@gmail.com"
> > target="_blank">ole.ersoy@gmail.com</a>><br>> >
> > <mailto:<a onclick="return top.js.OpenExtLink
> > (window,event,this)" href="mailto:ole.ersoy@gmail.com"
> > target="_blank">
> > ole.ersoy@gmail.com </a><mailto:<a onclick="return
> > top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)"
> > href="mailto:ole.ersoy@gmail.com"
> > target="_blank">ole.ersoy@gmail.com</a>>>> wrote:<br>>
> > ><br>> > Hey Guys,
> > <br>> ><br>> > I'm in the
> > middle of designing the DAS and<br>>
> > > decided that I can probably make it
> > way more efficient <br>> > if I
> > create an ObjectClass per Java Class that I want to write to
> > <br>> > ADS.<br>> ><br>>
> > > So how do I programmatically create a
> > ObjectClass and store it<br>> > in
> > ApacheDS? <br>> ><br>> > Do we
> > have a description somewhere or is this a standard JNDI thing?
> > <br>> ><br>> > Here's a
> > little further elaboration on what I want to do for those<br>>
> > > interested. <br>> ><br>>
> > > Keep in mind this is just an
> > example.The Class User could be any
> > <br>> > java<br>>
> > > class used in a model.<br>>
> > ><br>> > I have a Java Class
> > >> User <br>> ><br>> >
> > The Class User has String members [firstName, lastName, password]
> > <br>> ><br>> > So I want to
> > create a Structural ObjectClass in ApacheDS so that<br>>
> > > I can add it as an attribute to the DN
> > where a User instance will be <br>> >
> > stored (The java object instance).
> > <br>> ><br>> > If I were doing
> > this in a relational database, I would create a<br>>
> > table<br>> > definition instead of a
> > ObjectClass.<br>> > <br>> > So
> > I'm looking for something like this:
> > <br>> ><br>> > ObjectClass
> > objectClass = LDAPSchemaFactory.createObjectClass();<br>>
> > > objectClass.setName
> > ("User");<br>> >
> > ObjectClassAttribute objectClassAttribute = <br>>
> > >
> > LDAPSchemaFactory.createObjectClassAttribute();<br>>
> > > objectClassAttribute.setName
> > ("firstName");<br>> >
> > objectClassAttribute.setType (LDAP_STRING_ATTRIBUTE_TYPE);<br>>
> > > <br>> > Then I would do
> > something like:
> > <br>> ><br>> >
> > ctx.storeObjectClass(objectClass);<br>> ><br>>
> > > The objectClass can now be assigned as
> > an attribute to an ADS<br>> entry, <br>>
> > > and if we were to look at all the
> > ObjectClasses in ADS through
> > <br>> > JXPlorer<br>>
> > > or LDAP Studio,<br>>
> > > we would see the User ObjectClass in
> > the list.<br>> ><br>> > Does
> > that make sense? <br>> ><br>> >
> > Thanks,<br>> > - Ole
> > <br>> ><br>> ><br>> ><br>> ><br>>
> > ><br>> ><br>><br>><br>><br><br></div><br>
> >
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