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Re: Schema not the same during Merge


It seemed all Attributes with the Integer_64 were a problem. I had no
luck with the ldif files so I just checked each attribute that showed in
the 699 error during a Schema Import. There were alot of them but I
just worked through the list and deleted each of them. The Schema
Import was successful after awhile and the merge completed successful.
Just letting it sync up now.


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Re: Schema not the same during Merge

On Wed, 24 Jul 2013 14:44:01 +0000, kbent wrote:

> I looked for accountExpires in both schema files but it was not found in
> either. The file has a lot of encrypted data so maybe it is in there
> somewhere.


Let's see the exports to LDIF of the schema from both trees. I suspect
it's not encryption you're seeing, but base64 encoded data.


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> I suspect it's not encryption you're seeing, but base64 encoded data.


Me thinks he was looking at the actual attribute value and not the
schema definition of said attribute. And given the (old) tree has this
attribute defined using Octet String, B64 data is expected ....


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Re: Schema not the same during Merge


> looked for accountExpires in both schema files but it was not found in

either.

If you did export the schema and didn't find a definition for this
attribute yet the merge process complains it exist, you have a much
bigger issue at hand :cool:

> The file has a lot of encrypted data so maybe it is in there

somewhere.
> Not sure why it is encrypted. I made sure it was set to no encryption

when I exported it.

An LDIF export "never" encrypts any data unless the data itself is
encrypted when stored. Just FYI.


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