Scott Boggs wrote:
Pete Rowley <prowley <at> redhat.com> writes:
>In the attributetypes attribute (as objectclasses are stored in the
>objectclasses attribute). There are most definitely attributes defined
>in 00core.ldif since attributes have to be defined before you define
>objectclasses that rely on them.
So if I wanted to change the actual attributetype definition, I could'nt? I know
it would violate the RFC, but I thought still had access to the core definition
like with the core.ldif of openldap.
Yes you can. I think perhaps your confusion comes from the fact the
"objectclass" type is the first attribute type defined in the file:
attributeTypes: ( 18.104.22.168 NAME 'objectClass' DESC 'Standard LDAP
attribute type' EQUALITY objectIdentifierMatch SYNTAX
22.214.171.124.4.1.14126.96.36.199.38 X-ORIGIN 'RFC 2256' )
Note "attributeTypes:" at the beginning - you are quite free to change
whatever you wish, noting the dire warnings given previously :)