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ODSEE - Configuring Oracle Weblogic Server Authentication using Sun Directory Server fails:"ERROR<5897> - Schema - conn= ... - User error: Entry "ou=groups,dc=SUFFIX_DN", attribute "orclguid" is not allowed" (Doc ID 1355325.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 04, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition - Version 5.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

error messages in the Sun Directory Server Error Log generated;

[31/Aug/2011:10:07:53 +0200] - import us: Finished scanning file "/tmp/GROUPS.ldif" (9 entries)
[31/Aug/2011:10:07:53 +0200] - ERROR<5897> - Schema  - conn=-1 op=-1 msgId=-1 - User error:  Entry "ou=groups,dc=SUFFIX_DN", attribute "orclguid" is not allowed
[31/Aug/2011:10:07:53 +0200] - ERROR<5897> - Schema  - conn=-1 op=-1 msgId=-1 - User error:  Entry "cn=AdminChannelUsers,ou=groups,dc=SUFFIX_DN", attribute "orclguid" is not allowed
[31/Aug/2011:10:07:53 +0200] - import us: WARNING: skipping entry "ou=groups,dc=SUFFIX_DN" which violates schema, ending line 7 of file "/tmp/GROUPS.ldif"
[31/Aug/2011:10:07:53 +0200] - import us: WARNING: skipping entry "cn=AdminChannelUsers,ou=groups,dc=SUFFIX_DN" which violates
schema, ending line 16 of file "/tmp/GROUPS.ldif"
[31/Aug/2011:10:07:53 +0200] - ERROR<5897> - Schema  - conn=-1 op=-1 msgId=-1 - User error:  Entry "cn=Administrators,ou=groups,dc=SUFFIX_DN", attribute "orclguid" is not allowed
[31/Aug/2011:10:07:53 +0200] - ERROR<5897> - Schema  - conn=-1 op=-1 msgId=-1 - User error:  Entry "cn=AppTesters,ou=groups,dc=SUFFIX_DN", attribute "orclguid" is not allowed
[31/Aug/2011:10:07:53 +0200] - import us: WARNING: skipping entry "cn=AppTesters,ou=groups,dc=SUFFIX_DN" which violates schema, ending line 34 of file "/tmp/GROUPS.ldif"
[31/Aug/2011:10:07:53 +0200] - import us: WARNING: skipping entry "cn=Administrators,ou=groups,dc=SUFFIX_DN" which violates schema, ending line 25 of file "/tmp/GROUPS.ldif"

 

 

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