On Mon, 2006-04-24 at 08:33 +1000, Tony Green wrote: > On 24/04/2006, at 8:28 AM, O Plameras wrote: > > Tony Green wrote: > >> On 24/04/2006, at 7:53 AM, O Plameras wrote: > >>> This is not true that you can use gobbledegook in a DN. That's the > >>> reason for the SCHEMAS and RFCs, to keep DN etc in line with > >>> standards. There > >>> are two standards X.500 and IETF. You use anything else then you > >>> don't > >>> obey the standards at the perils of having errors in your LDAP > >>> implementations. > >>> > >> > >> Can doesn't mean should. You CAN use anything in your DN, I've > >> done it and it works . That doesn't mean that you SHOULD use it. > > > > I did not say "you CAN'T". > > > > You didn't say "you can't" you said "This is not true that you can". > I accept I reversed the modal verb and added a contraction, but the > sentiment of the sentence remains intact. Can we stop this before it degrades into another mega-war. kthnxbye. Rob -- GPG key available at: <http://www.robertcollins.net/keys.txt>.
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