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I-D ACTION:draft-joslin-config-schema-06.txt

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	Title		: A Configuration Schema for LDAP Based Directory User 
	Author(s)	: M. Ansari, L. Howard, B. Joslin
	Filename	: draft-joslin-config-schema-06.txt
	Pages		: 30
	Date		: 2003-5-1
This document describes a mechanism for global configuration of
similar directory user agents.  This document defines a schema for
configuration of these DUAs that may be discovered using the Light-
weight Directory Access Protocol in RFC 2251[17].  A set of attri-
bute types and an objectclass are proposed, along with specific
guidelines for interpreting them.  A significant feature of the
global configuration policy for DUAs is a mechanism that allows
DUAs to re-configure their schema to that of the end user's
environment.  This configuration is achieved through attribute and
objectclass mapping.  This document is intended to be a skeleton
for future documents that describe configuration of specific DUA

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