Ulrich Windl wrote:
>>> Michael Ströder <michael(a)stroeder.com> schrieb am
>> I thought the LDAP _protocol_ uses OIDs everywhere, and names are just for
>> human users...?
> Nope. One could regard this as design deficiency (in comparison to X.500).
I couldn't quite read it from there: The closest match I found was: "oid =
descr / numericoid", but I was talking about the "on wire" protocol of
Are there really named objects and attributes?
You really ask to be spoon-fed.
Aren't you the one who claimed to write schema-aware LDAP client.
If yes, then you should really know RFC 4512 by heart.
Is it really so hard for you to find the line
"Examples of valid attribute descriptions:"
in this particular section?
P.S.: You're one nonsense posting away from my killfile.