> On 04/15/15 19:28, Michael Ströder wrote:
>> dE wrote:
>>> "An object or alias entry is characterized by precisely one
>>> structural object class superclass chain which has a single
>>> structural object class as the most subordinate object class.
>>> This structural object class is referred to as the structural
>>> object class of the entry."
>>> There's a bit of ambiguity with this
>>> "which has a single structural object class as the most subordinate
>>> What do you mean by 'most subordinate'? Is it that there must be no
>>> entries at the same level in the hierarchy?
>> It's always better to provide a reference to the full text of a
>> quoted text.
>> The hierarchy in this case is the the structural object classes
>> not the directory information tree (DIT). Read in RFC 4512 about
>> what SUP in
>> object class description means:
>> Note that there's also an attribute type hierarchy defined with SUP.
> Yes, I know that.
> Actually the question was --
> What do you mean by 'most subordinate'? Is it that there must be no
> structural object class at the same level in the class hierarchy?
Strange rule. Hard to believe. Thanks for clarifying.