On Thu, Nov 22, 2012 at 12:18:17AM -0600, Dan White (dwhite(a)olp.net) wrote:
On 11/22/12 16:27 +1100, Jobst Schmalenbach wrote:
>So far I can add entries to LDAP from wordpress, I can login to
>wordpress using LDAP.
person is "SUP top STRUCTURAL"
organizationalPerson is "SUP person STRUCTURAL"
inetOrgPerson is "SUP organizationalPerson STRUCTURAL"
these form a valid structural chain
took me a while to "get it" ... the way you wrote it down - close and the order
- made the penny drop, thanks.
emailPerson and NameViewPerson do not show up in the list of schemas
use, but I suspect one or the other is a Structural objectClass that does
not SUP from inetOrgPerson.
shouldn't have been in there, I was trying different things that I found - they were a
"left over" - working but did not give me what I wanted.
Find out which attributes you need from the offending objectClass, and
consider making a new Auxiliary objectClass containing those attributes.
Did that, took me a few hours to put it altogether - and then the penny dropped again.
Now I have got an object class filled with ALL the things I wanted:
objectclass ( CustomerObject:1.2012.11.19.1
MUST ( email )
MAY ( country $ city $ firstname $ lastname $ language $ description $ website $
department $ mobile $ mobileTelephoneNumber $ postalAddress $ address1 $ address2 $ state
$ postcode $ facebook $ twitter $ googleplus $ nickname $ displayname ))
See chapter 13 of the Administrator's Guide for an example.
yeah and http://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc2252.txt
thanks for your help
My Dogma got run over by my Karma.
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