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From Yiannis Mavroukakis <>
Subject Re: [ApacheDS] Poor man's cluster interceptor
Date Mon, 23 Feb 2009 10:10:09 GMT
Hello Emmanuel,

I ended up using Ldiff Entry and it works like a charm! Now the issue is 
with a jabber server I have connecting to ApacheDS. I am getting a lot 
of this in the logs

10:04:12,027 WARN  [SearchingOperationContext] Requested attribute dn 
does not exist in the schema, it will be ignored

In response to this request from the Jabber server

2009-02-23 10:04:12,074 DEBUG 
[] Decoded LdapMessage 
: LdapMessage
    message Id : 13
    Search Request
        Base Object : ''
        Scope : base object
        Deref Aliases : never Deref Aliases
        Size Limit : no limit
        Time Limit : no limit
        Types Only : true
        Filter : '(objectclass=*)'
        Attributes : dn

I googled around for this but could not find a satisfactory answer, 
anyone have any ideas?

Thank you,

Emmanuel Lecharny wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 20, 2009 at 5:04 PM, Yiannis Mavroukakis
> <> wrote:
>> Hello Emmanuel,
>> I tried the procedure you described (getEntry() ) but read/writeExternal are
>> both setup to throw exceptions, and the messaging layer
>> I am using is using those methods to marshall and unmarshall the objects. I
>> did see that DefaultServerEntry has serialize/deserialize methods
>> but because it's final, I cannot subclass it, and call these methods from
>> within my subclass' read/writeExternal....
> You have the ServerEntrySerializer class, which is way better as it
> serializes/deserializes the Entry the best possible way, using an
> internal serialization, instead of the default Java serialization.
> Give it a try.
> ( you can check the ServerEntrySerializerTest for an exemple on how to use it).

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