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From "Frank Kemmer (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (DIRSTUDIO-987) strange behaviour with multi-valued RDN
Date Tue, 09 Feb 2016 00:07:18 GMT


Frank Kemmer commented on DIRSTUDIO-987:

I can conform the issue using a 389 Directory Server on CentOS. Multi-valued RDNs are not
browsable with Apache Directory Studio. JXplorer is showing the multi-valued RDNs correctly
in the DIT. Are there any chances for a fix? As an example you can look at the Novell LDAP
Java Libs. They are handling RDNs in the correct way but in a very old fashioned style. Here
is another example of a core-schema objectclass, named _locality_:

dn: l=eu + l=de + l=Berlin + l=Brandenburger Tor, ou=Groups, dc=company, dc=localdomain
objectClass: top
objectClass: locality
l: eu
l: de
l: Berlin
l: Brandenburger Tor

> strange behaviour with multi-valued RDN
> ---------------------------------------
>                 Key: DIRSTUDIO-987
>                 URL:
>             Project: Directory Studio
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: studio-ldapbrowser
>            Reporter: Frizz Supertramp
> I have tried multiple versions of Apache Directory Studio - and there seems to be a problem
with multi-valued RDNs.
> For example I have entries like this in my LDAP (OpenDS):
> DN: myAttribute1=val1 + myAttribute2=val2 + myAttribute3=val3, OU=example, DC=test
> Note: I don't have a CN here, the RDN is solely defined by custom defined classes myAttribute1,
myAttribute2 and myAttribute3.
> In Apache Directory Studio, in the "LDAP Browser" window, I can not expand DNs like the
one mentioned above. When I click on it and try to expand it, the whole tree collapses + re-opens
again, showing "ou=example (1+)".
> There's no way to show details / contents of such a DN!

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