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Regarding LDAP object class

 
priya pratheepp
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Hi friends

I am new to this LDAP. user id checkings are done in java.

The below fields are used to create new user name and passord.I want to know the use of objectclass .

dn: uid=john, cn=users, DC=infiyststem,DC=COM,DC=SG
givenname: john
sn: john Hu
userpassword:: changeasap
so-parentcompanycode: HK90
mail: user@infiyststem.com.hk
objectclass: top
objectclass: person
objectclass: organizationalPerson
objectclass: inetOrgPerson
objectclass: infiyststemOrganization
objectclass: ibm-appuuidaux
uid: john
so-salesbrand: *
so-portaluserrole: mktg_manager
cn: john john hu
preferredlanguage: en
so-serialcharfield03: HK90
employeenumber: 00000000
so-infiyststemcharfield02: Yes
so-infiyststemcharfield01: 1
so-salesstructure: HK90.*.*


Anybody please help me

thanks in advance
 
Nitesh Kant
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This tutorial will give you some information.
 
David O'Meara
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It is like object inheritance.
'top' provides dn and sn
'person' provides given name
etc.
The attributes are mandatory or optional.
 
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