OBJECT CLASS VIOLATION ERROR' IN REPLICATION BOOTSTRAP WITH APPLICATION SPECIFIC SCHEMA ENTRY
(Doc ID 741322.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 23, 2021
Applies to:Oracle Internet Directory - Version 10.1.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This problem can occur on any platform.
Creating One-Way LDAP-Based Replication as per the following documentation:
Oracle® Internet Directory Administrator's Guide
Part Number B15991-01
30 Oracle Internet Directory Replication Installation and Configuration
30.4 Installing and Configuring One-Way or Two-Way LDAP-Based Replication
30.4.4 Installing and Configuring an LDAP-Based Replica with Customized Settings
18.104.22.168 Configuring an LDAP-Based Replica by Using Automatic Bootstrapping
The source environment contains an Application Specific SubSchema Entry
A user exists which is assigned the eduPerson person objectclass, and several attributes belonging
to that objectclass are assigned values for the user.
When performing the task on the consumer replica:
22.214.171.124.7 Task 7: Ensure the Directory Replication Servers are Started
the oidrepld fails to start and many errors are shown in the oidrepld01.log file, such as:
2008/10/02:12:32:47 * gslrbsbSyncDIT: Replicating namingcontext=dc=com ......
2008/10/02:12:32:53 * gslrbsaApplyOneEntry: failure when adding DN=cn=<USERNAME>,cn=Users,dc=<COMPANY_NAME>,dc=com :: SERVER=<REPLICA_ID> :: ERROR:=Object class violation.
2008/10/02:12:32:53 * gslrbssSyncDIT:Sync failed for namingctx: dc=com,
194 entries retrieved
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