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# $OpenLDAP$
## This work is part of OpenLDAP Software <http://www.openldap.org/>.
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## Copyright 1998-2019 The OpenLDAP Foundation.
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## All rights reserved.
##
## Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
## modification, are permitted only as authorized by the OpenLDAP
## Public License.
##
## A copy of this license is available in the file LICENSE in the
## top-level directory of the distribution or, alternatively, at
## <http://www.OpenLDAP.org/license.html>.
#
#
# OpenLDAP Project's directory schema items
#
# depends upon:
#	core.schema
#	cosine.schema
#	inetorgperson.schema
#
# These are provided for informational purposes only.
#
# This openldap.ldif file is provided as a demonstration of how to
# convert a *.schema file into *.ldif format. The key points:
#   In LDIF, a blank line terminates an entry. Blank lines in a *.schema
#     file should be replaced with a single '#' to turn them into
#     comments, or they should just be removed.
#   In addition to the actual schema directives, the file needs a small
#     header to make it a valid LDAP entry. This header must provide the
#     dn of the entry, the objectClass, and the cn, as shown here:
#
dn: cn=openldap,cn=schema,cn=config
objectClass: olcSchemaConfig
cn: openldap
#
# The schema directives need to be changed to LDAP Attributes.
#   First a basic string substitution can be done on each of the keywords:
#     objectIdentifier -> olcObjectIdentifier:
#     objectClass -> olcObjectClasses:
#     attributeType -> olcAttributeTypes:
#   Then leading whitespace must be fixed. The slapd.conf format allows
#     tabs or spaces to denote line continuation, while LDIF only allows
#     the space character.
#   Also slapd.conf preserves the continuation character, while LDIF strips
#     it out. So a single TAB/SPACE in slapd.conf must be replaced with
#     two SPACEs in LDIF, otherwise the continued text may get joined as
#     a single word.
#   The directives must be listed in a proper sequence:
#     All olcObjectIdentifiers must be first, so they may be referenced by
#        any following definitions.
#     All olcAttributeTypes must be next, so they may be referenced by any
#        following objectClass definitions.
#     All olcObjectClasses must be after the olcAttributeTypes.
#   And of course, any superior must occur before anything that inherits
#     from it.
#
olcObjectIdentifier: OpenLDAProot 1.3.6.1.4.1.4203
#
olcObjectIdentifier: OpenLDAP OpenLDAProot:1
olcObjectIdentifier: OpenLDAPattributeType OpenLDAP:3
olcObjectIdentifier: OpenLDAPobjectClass OpenLDAP:4
#
olcObjectClasses: ( OpenLDAPobjectClass:3
  NAME 'OpenLDAPorg'
  DESC 'OpenLDAP Organizational Object'
  SUP organization
  MAY ( buildingName $ displayName $ labeledURI ) )
#
olcObjectClasses: ( OpenLDAPobjectClass:4
  NAME 'OpenLDAPou'
  DESC 'OpenLDAP Organizational Unit Object'
  SUP organizationalUnit
  MAY ( buildingName $ displayName $ labeledURI $ o ) )
#
olcObjectClasses: ( OpenLDAPobjectClass:5
  NAME 'OpenLDAPperson'
  DESC 'OpenLDAP Person'
  SUP ( pilotPerson $ inetOrgPerson )
  MUST ( uid $ cn )
  MAY ( givenName $ labeledURI $ o ) )
#
olcObjectClasses: ( OpenLDAPobjectClass:6
  NAME 'OpenLDAPdisplayableObject'
  DESC 'OpenLDAP Displayable Object'
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  AUXILIARY
  MAY displayName )