On Mon, 27 Apr 2015, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
--On Tuesday, April 28, 2015 10:58 AM +0530 dE
> Yes, so subclasses do not define MAY; it's defined by the MAY of the top
> object class.
The "top" objectClass does not contain *any* MAY attributes. I wonder if you
are confused in thinking of "top" as a generic term. It is not.
"top" is a
very specific objectClass that is explicitly defined as noted previously. It
contains a single MUST attribute.
one of my customers has an enterprise provisioning tool from a well known large supplier
of such systems.
The developers of that tool insist that they want to see an explit "objectClass:
top" in all objects.
It hurts every single time I have to look at that specific directory.
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