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From Stefan Zoerner <ste...@labeo.de>
Subject Re: ldap user - groups mapping question
Date Mon, 23 Feb 2009 19:17:34 GMT
Ah, I have not seen your answer before, E.

Emmanuel Lecharny wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 3:00 PM, werner mueller
> <werner.mueller@mimacom.ch> wrote:
>> hallo
>>
>> a few days ago i started to setup apache ds (1.5.4) to have my own ldap
>> server. mainly to be able to sync users across different tools.
>>
>> i had some trouble setting the server up. i started with the
>> apacheds-geronimo plugin. But the configuration format is quite
>> different.
> 
> AFAIR, Geronimo is using 1.0.2.
> 
> I've also tried the windows installers but the server did not
>> want to start ("path not found"). So setup was a bit messy.
> 
> Hmmm... Curious. if you have a trace, may be we can help.
> 
>> Currently i am using the .tar.gz distribution on debian etch 4.0 with
>> sun jdk 1.6.
>>
>> I've successfully created a new partition and a users and groups
>> organizationUnit. I was able to assign users into groups using
>> uniqueMember on a group (objectClass: groupOfUniqueNames)
>>
>> I am now trying to assign users into groups using the uniqueMember
>> attribute on (inetOrgPerson). When i try to create a new user with
>> apache ds studio i get the following error message (full error message
>> below):
>>
>> Entry [...] contains more than one STRUCTURAL ObjectClass:
>> [<groupOfUniqueNames>, <inetOrgPerson>]]
> 
> LDAP does not accept two structural ObjectClasses in an entry, unless
> there is a hierarchical dependence between them. In you case,
> groupOfUniqueNames inherits from Top, and inetOrgperson inherit from
> Person. There is no overlap, and it's not allowed.
> 
> Sadly, Apache DS 1.0.2 wasn't able to check those inconsistencies,
> hence the screenshot you can find on Liferay site.
> 
> Just remove the ObjectClass you don't need, and you'll be ok.
> 



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