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RE: LCUP: rename of baseObject (was something else)
Often, the LCUP client is not the same, thus not aware of the "updater"
and its actions.
>>> "Liben, Michael (GTS)" <mliben@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 09/04/02 07:30AM
I would recommend a requery of the object using a persistent value such
as a UUID immediately before attempting an update. This would return the
'current' dn of the object and minimize instances where
it has been renamed or deleted.
From: Kurt D. Zeilenga [mailto:Kurt@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, September 04, 2002 2:19 AM
Subject: Re: LCUP: rename of baseObject (was something else)
At 10:36 PM 2002-09-03, Kurt D. Zeilenga wrote:
>At 10:20 PM 2002-09-03, Jim Sermersheim wrote:
>>The scenario I was thinking of is one where the base existed when a
>>persistent LCUP session starts, but later is renamed or deleted.
>LCUP should be clear on the expected behavior here...
Client Considerations implies noSuchObject is
returned in this case. This needs to be detailed
in Section 4 (along with many other protocol
details found in sections 6 and 7).