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Chapter 8. Entry attribute reference

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The attributes listed in this reference are manually assigned or available to directory entries. The attributes are listed in alphabetical order with their definition, syntax, and OID.

8.1. abstract

The abstract attribute contains an abstract for a document entry.

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.102.1.9

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

Internet White Pages Pilot

8.2. accessTo

This attribute defines what specific hosts or servers a user is allowed to access.

OID

5.3.6.1.1.1.1.1

Syntax

IA5String

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

nss_ldap/pam_ldap

8.3. accountInactivityLimit

The accountInactivityLimit attribute sets the time period, in seconds, from the last login time of an account before that account is locked for inactivity.

OID

1.3.6.1.4.1.11.1.3.2.1.3

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

Directory Server

8.4. acctPolicySubentry

The acctPolicySubentry attribute identifies any entry which belongs to an account policy (specifically, an account lockout policy). The value of this attribute points to the account policy which is applied to the entry.

This can be set on an individual user entry or on a CoS template entry or role entry.

OID

1.3.6.1.4.1.11.1.3.2.1.2

Syntax

DN

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

Directory Server

8.5. administratorContactInfo

This attribute contains the contact information for the LDAP or server administrator.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.74

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

Netscape Administration Services

8.6. adminRole

This attribute contains the role assigned to the user identified in the entry.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.601

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

Netscape Administration Services

8.7. adminUrl

This attribute contains the URL of the Administration Server.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.75

Syntax

IA5String

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

Netscape Administration Services

8.8. aliasedObjectName

The aliasedObjectName attribute is used by Directory Server to identify alias entries. This attribute contains the DN (distinguished name) for the entry for which this entry is the alias. For example:

aliasedObjectName: uid=jdoe,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com

OID

2.5.4.1

Syntax

DN

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

RFC 2256

8.9. associatedDomain

The associatedDomain attribute contains the DNS domain associated with the entry in the directory tree. For example, the entry with the distinguished name c=US,o=Example Corporation has the associated domain of EC.US. These domains should be represented in RFC 822 order.

associatedDomain:US

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.37

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 1274

8.10. associatedName

The associatedName identifies an organizational directory tree entry associated with a DNS domain. For example:

associatedName: c=us

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.38

Syntax

DN

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 1274

8.11. attributeTypes

This attribute is used in a schema file to identify an attribute defined within the subschema.

OID

2.5.21.5

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2252

8.12. audio

The audio attribute contains a sound file using a binary format. This attribute uses a u-law encoded sound data. For example:

audio:: AAAAAA==

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.55

Syntax

Binary

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 1274

8.13. authorCn

The authorCn attribute contains the common name of the document’s author. For example:

authorCn: John Smith

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.102.1.11

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

Internet White Pages Pilot

8.14. authorityRevocationList

The authorityRevocationList attribute contains a list of revoked CA certificates. This attribute should be requested and stored in a binary format, like authorityRevocationList;binary. For example:

authorityrevocationlist;binary:: AAAAAA==

OID

2.5.4.38

Syntax

Binary

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2256

8.15. authorSn

The authorSn attribute contains the last name or family name of the author of a document entry. For example:

authorSn: Smith

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.102.1.12

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

Internet White Pages Pilot

8.16. automountInformation

This attribute contains information used by the autofs automounter.

Note

The automountInformation attribute is defined in 60autofs.ldif in the Directory Server. To use the updated RFC 2307 schema, remove the 60autofs.ldif file and copy the 10rfc2307bis.ldif file from the /usr/share/dirsrv/data directory to the /etc/dirsrv/slapd-instance/schema directory.

OID

1.3.6.1.1.1.1.33

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

RFC 2307

8.17. bootFile

This attribute contains the boot image file name.

Note

The bootFile attribute is defined in 10rfc2307.ldif in the Directory Server. To use the updated RFC 2307 schema, remove the 10rfc2307.ldif file and copy the 10rfc2307bis.ldif file from the /usr/share/dirsrv/data directory to the /etc/dirsrv/slapd-instance/schema directory.

OID

1.3.6.1.1.1.1.24

Syntax

IA5String

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2307

8.18. bootParameter

This attribute contains the value for rpc.bootparamd.

Note

The bootParameter attribute is defined in 10rfc2307.ldif in the Directory Server. To use the updated RFC 2307 schema, remove the 10rfc2307.ldif file and copy the 10rfc2307bis.ldif file from the /usr/share/dirsrv/data directory to the /etc/dirsrv/slapd-instance/schema directory.

OID

1.3.6.1.1.1.1.23

Syntax

IA5String

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2307

8.19. buildingName

The buildingName attribute contains the building name associated with the entry. For example:

buildingName: 14

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.48

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 1274

8.20. businessCategory

The businessCategory attribute identifies the type of business in which the entry is engaged. The attribute value should be a broad generalization, such as a corporate division level. For example:

businessCategory: Engineering

OID

2.5.4.15

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2256

8.21. cACertificate

The cACertificate attribute contains a CA certificate. The attribute should be requested and stored binary format, such as cACertificate;binary. For example:

cACertificate;binary:: AAAAAA==

OID

2.5.4.37

Syntax

Binary

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2256

8.22. c

The countryName, or c, attribute contains the two-character country code to represent the country names. The country codes are defined by the ISO. For example:

countryName: GB
c: US

OID

2.5.4.6

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

RFC 2256

8.23. carLicense

The carLicense attribute contains an entry’s automobile license plate number. For example:

carLicense: 6ABC246

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.1

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2798

8.24. certificateRevocationList

The certificateRevocationList attribute contains a list of revoked user certificates. The attribute value is to be requested and stored in binary form, as certificateACertificate;binary. For example:

certificateRevocationList;binary:: AAAAAA==

OID

2.5.4.39

Syntax

Binary

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2256

8.25. cn

The commonName attribute contains the name of an entry. For user entries, the cn attribute is typically the person’s full name. For example:

commonName: John Smith
cn: Bill Anderson

With the LDAPReplica or LDAPServerobject object classes, the cn attribute value has the following format:

cn: replicater.example.com:17430/dc%3Dexample%2Cdc%3com

OID

2.5.4.3

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2256

8.26. co

The friendlyCountryName attribute contains a country name; this can be any string. Often, the country is used with the ISO-designated two-letter country code, while the co attribute contains a readable country name. For example:

friendlyCountryName: Ireland
co: Ireland

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.43

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 1274

8.27. cosAttribute

The cosAttribute contains the name of the attribute for which to generate a value for the CoS. There can be more than one cosAttribute value specified. This attribute is used by all types of CoS definition entries.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.550

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

Directory Server

8.28. cosIndirectSpecifier

The cosIndirectSpecifier specifies the attribute values used by an indirect CoS to identify the template entry.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.577

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

Directory Server

8.29. cosPriority

The cosPriority attribute specifies which template provides the attribute value when CoS templates compete to provide an attribute value. This attribute represents the global priority of a template. A priority of zero is the highest priority.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.569

Syntax

Integer

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

Directory Server

8.30. cosSpecifier

The cosSpecifier attribute contains the attribute value used by a classic CoS, which, along with the template entry’s DN, identifies the template entry.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.551

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

Directory Server

8.31. cosTargetTree

The cosTargetTree attribute defines the subtrees to which the CoS schema applies. The values for this attribute for the schema and for multiple CoS schema may overlap their target trees arbitrarily.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.552

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

Directory Server

8.32. cosTemplateDn

The cosTemplateDn attribute contains the DN of the template entry which contains a list of the shared attribute values. Changes to the template entry attribute values are automatically applied to all the entries within the scope of the CoS. A single CoS might have more than one template entry associated with it.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.553

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

Directory Server

8.33. crossCertificatePair

The value for the crossCertificatePair attribute must be requested and stored in binary format, such as certificateCertificateRepair;binary. For example:

crossCertificatePair;binary:: AAAAAA==

OID

2.5.4.40

Syntax

Binary

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2256

8.34. dc

The dc attribute contains one component of a domain name. For example:

dc: example
domainComponent: example

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.25

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

RFC 2247

8.35. deltaRevocationList

The deltaRevocationList attribute contains a certificate revocation list (CRL). The attribute value is requested and stored in binary format, such as deltaRevocationList;binary.

OID

2.5.4.53

Syntax

Binary

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2256

8.36. departmentNumber

The departmentNumber attribute contains an entry’s department number. For example:

departmentNumber: 2604

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.2

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2798

8.37. description

The description attribute provides a human-readable description for an entry. For person or organization object classes, this can be used for the entry’s role or work assignment. For example:

description: Quality control inspector for the ME2873 product line.

OID

2.5.4.13

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2256

8.38. destinationIndicator

The destinationIndicator attribute contains the city and country associated with the entry. This attribute was once required to provide public telegram service and is generally used in conjunction with the registeredAddress attribute. For example:

destinationIndicator: Stow, Ohio, USA

OID

2.5.4.27

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2256

8.39. displayName

The displayName attributes contains the preferred name of a person to use when displaying that person’s entry. This is especially useful for showing the preferred name for an entry in a one-line summary list. Since other attribute types, such as cn, are multi-valued, they cannot be used to display a preferred name. For example:

displayName: John Smith

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.241

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

RFC 2798

8.40. dITRedirect

The dITRedirect attribute indicates that the object described by one entry now has a newer entry in the directory tree. This attribute may be used when an individual’s place of work changes, and the individual acquires a new organizational DN.

dITRedirect: cn=jsmith,dc=example,dc=com

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.54

Syntax

DN

Defined in

RFC 1274

8.41. dmdName

The dmdName attribute value specifies a directory management domain (DMD), the administrative authority that operates Directory Server.

OID

2.5.4.54

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

RFC 2256

8.42. dn

The dn attribute contains an entry’s distinguished name. For example:

dn: uid=Barbara Jensen,ou=Quality Control,dc=example,dc=com

OID

2.5.4.49

Syntax

DN

Defined in

RFC 2256

8.43. dNSRecord

The dNSRecord attribute contains DNS resource records, including type A (Address), type MX (Mail Exchange), type NS (Name Server), and type SOA (Start of Authority) resource records. For example:

dNSRecord: IN NS ns.uu.net

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.26

Syntax

IA5String

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

Internet Directory Pilot

8.44. documentAuthor

The documentAuthor attribute contains the DN of the author of a document entry. For example:

documentAuthor: uid=Barbara Jensen,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.14

Syntax

DN

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 1274

8.45. documentIdentifier

The documentIdentifier attribute contains a unique identifier for a document. For example:

documentIdentifier: L3204REV1

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.11

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 1274

8.46. documentLocation

The documentLocation attribute contains the location of the original version of a document. For example:

documentLocation: Department Library

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.15

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 1274

8.47. documentPublisher

The documentPublisher attribute contains the person or organization who published a document. For example:

documentPublisher: Southeastern Publishing

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.56

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

RFC 1274

8.48. documentStore

The documentStore attribute contains information on where the document is stored.

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.102.1.10

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

Internet White Pages Pilot

8.49. documentTitle

The documentTitle attribute contains a document’s title. For example:

documentTitle: Installing Red Hat Directory Server

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.12

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 1274

8.50. documentVersion

The documentVersion attribute contains the current version number for the document. For example:

documentVersion: 1.1

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.13

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 1274

8.51. drink

The favouriteDrink attribute contains a person’s favorite beverage. This can be shortened to drink. For example:

favouriteDrink: iced tea
drink: cranberry juice

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.5

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 1274

8.52. dSAQuality

The dSAQuality attribute contains the rating of the directory system agents' (DSA) quality. This attribute allows a DSA manager to indicate the expected level of availability of the DSA. For example:

dSAQuality: high

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.49

Syntax

Directory-String

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

RFC 1274

8.53. employeeNumber

The employeeNumber attribute contains the employee number for the person. For example:

employeeNumber: 3441

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.3

Syntax

Directory-String

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

RFC 2798

8.54. employeeType

The employeeType attribute contains the employment type for the person. For example:

employeeType: Full time

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.4

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2798

8.55. enhancedSearchGuide

The enhancedSearchGuide attribute contains information used by an X.500 client to construct search filters. For example:

enhancedSearchGuide: (uid=bjensen)

OID

2.5.4.47

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2798

8.56. fax

The facsimileTelephoneNumber attribute contains the entry’s facsimile number; this attribute can be abbreviated as fax. For example:

facsimileTelephoneNumber: +1 415 555 1212
fax: +1 415 555 1212

OID

2.5.4.23

Syntax

TelephoneNumber

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2256

8.57. gecos

The gecos attribute is used to determine the GECOS field for the user. This is comparable to the cn attribute, although using a gecos attribute allows additional information to be embedded in the GECOS field aside from the common name. This field is also useful if the common name stored in the directory is not the user’s full name.

gecos: John Smith
Note

The gecos attribute is defined in 10rfc2307.ldif in the Directory Server. To use the updated RFC 2307 schema, remove the 10rfc2307.ldif file and copy the 10rfc2307bis.ldif file from the /usr/share/dirsrv/data directory to the /etc/dirsrv/slapd-instance/schema directory.

OID

1.3.6.1.1.1.1.2

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

RFC 2307

8.58. generationQualifier

The generationQualifier attribute contains the generation qualifier for a person’s name, which is usually appended as a suffix to the name. For example:

generationQualifier:III

OID

2.5.4.44

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2256

8.59. gidNumber

The gidNumber attribute contains a unique numeric identifier for a group entry or to identify the group for a user entry. This is analogous to the group number in Unix.

gidNumber: 100
Note

The gidNumber attribute is defined in 10rfc2307.ldif in the Directory Server. To use the updated RFC 2307 schema, remove the 10rfc2307.ldif file and copy the 10rfc2307bis.ldif file from the /usr/share/dirsrv/data directory to the /etc/dirsrv/slapd-instance/schema directory.

OID

1.3.6.1.1.1.1.1

Syntax

Integer

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

RFC 2307

8.60. givenName

The givenName attribute contains an entry’s given name, which is usually the first name. For example:

givenName: Rachel

OID

2.5.4.42

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2256

8.61. homeDirectory

The homeDirectory attribute contains the path to the user’s home directory.

homeDirectory: /home/jsmith
Note

The homeDirectory attribute is defined in 10rfc2307.ldif in the Directory Server. To use the updated RFC 2307 schema, remove the 10rfc2307.ldif file and copy the 10rfc2307bis.ldif file from the /usr/share/dirsrv/data directory to the /etc/dirsrv/slapd-instance/schema directory.

OID

1.3.6.1.1.1.1.3

Syntax

IA5String

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

RFC 2307

8.62. homePhone

The homePhone attribute contains the entry’s residential phone number. For example:

homePhone: 415-555-1234
Note

Although RFC 1274 defines both homeTelephoneNumber and homePhone as names for the residential phone number attribute, Directory Server only implements the homePhone name.

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.20

Syntax

TelephoneNumber

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 1274

8.63. homePostalAddress

The homePostalAddress attribute contains an entry’s home mailing address. Since this attribute generally spans multiple lines, each line break has to be represented by a dollar sign ($). To represent an actual dollar sign ($) or backslash (\) in the attribute value, use the escaped hex values \24 and \5c, respectively. For example:

homePostalAddress: 1234 Ridgeway Drive$Santa Clara, CA$99555

To represent the following string:

The dollar ($) value can be found
in the c:\cost file.

The entry value is:

The dollar (\24) value can be found$in the c:\c5cost file.

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.39

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 1274

8.64. host

The host contains the host name of a computer. For example:

host: labcontroller01

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.9

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 1274

8.65. houseIdentifier

The houseIdentifier contains an identifier for a specific building at a location. For example:

houseIdentifier: B105

OID

2.5.4.51

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2256

8.66. inetDomainBaseDN

This attribute identifies the base DN of user subtree for a DNS domain.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.690

Syntax

DN

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

Subscriber interoperability

8.67. inetDomainStatus

This attribute shows the current status of the domain. A domain has a status of active, inactive, or deleted.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.691

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

Subscriber interoperability

8.68. inetSubscriberAccountId

This attribute contains the a unique attribute used to link the user entry for the subscriber to a billing system.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.694

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

Subscriber interoperability

8.69. inetSubscriberChallenge

The inetSubscriberChallenge attribute contains some kind of question or prompt, the challenge phrase, which is used to confirm the identity of the user in the subscriberIdentity attribute. This attribute is used in conjunction with the inetSubscriberResponse attribute, which contains the response to the challenge.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.695

Syntax

IA5String

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

Subscriber interoperability

8.70. inetSubscriberResponse

The inetSubscriberResponse attribute contains the answer to the challenge question in the inetSubscriberChallenge attribute to verify the user in the subscriberIdentity attribute.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.696

Syntax

IA5String

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

Subscriber interoperability

8.71. inetUserHttpURL

This attribute contains the web addresses associated with the user.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.693

Syntax

IA5String

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

Subscriber interoperability

8.72. inetUserStatus

This attribute shows the current status of the user (subscriber). A user has a status of active, inactive, or deleted.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.692

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-Valued

Defined in

Subscriber interoperability

8.73. info

The info attribute contains any general information about an object. Avoid using this attribute for specific information and rely instead on specific, possibly custom, attribute types. For example:

info: not valid

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.4

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 1274

8.74. initials

The initials contains a person’s initials; this does not contain the entry’s surname. For example:

initials: BAJ

Directory Server and Active Directory handle the initials attribute differently. The Directory Server allows a practically unlimited number of characters, while Active Directory has a restriction of six characters. If an entry is synced with a Windows peer and the value of the initials attribute is longer than six characters, then the value is automatically truncated to six characters when it is synchronized. There is no information written to the error log to indicate that synchronization changed the attribute value, either.

OID

2.5.4.43

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2256

8.75. installationTimeStamp

This contains the time that the server instance was installed.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.73

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-Valued

Defined in

Netscape Administration Services

8.76. internationalISDNNumber

The internationalISDNNumber attribute contains the ISDN number of a document entry. This attribute uses the internationally recognized format for ISDN addresses given in CCITT Rec. E. 164.

OID

2.5.4.25

Syntax

IA5String

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2256

8.77. ipHostNumber

This contains the IP address for a server.

Note

The ipHostNumber attribute is defined in 10rfc2307.ldif in the Directory Server. To use the updated RFC 2307 schema, remove the 10rfc2307.ldif file and copy the 10rfc2307bis.ldif file from the /usr/share/dirsrv/data directory to the /etc/dirsrv/slapd-instance/schema directory.

OID

1.3.6.1.1.1.1.19

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-Valued

Defined in

RFC 2307

8.78. ipNetmaskNumber

This contains the IP netmask for the server.

Note

The ipHostNumber attribute is defined in 10rfc2307.ldif in the Directory Server. To use the updated RFC 2307 schema, remove the 10rfc2307.ldif file and copy the 10rfc2307bis.ldif file from the /usr/share/dirsrv/data directory to the /etc/dirsrv/slapd-instance/schema directory.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.73

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-Valued

Defined in

RFC 2307

8.79. ipNetworkNumber

This identifies the IP network.

Note

The ipNetworkNumber attribute is defined in 10rfc2307.ldif in the Directory Server. To use the updated RFC 2307 schema, remove the 10rfc2307.ldif file and copy the 10rfc2307bis.ldif file from the /usr/share/dirsrv/data directory to the /etc/dirsrv/slapd-instance/schema directory.

OID

1.3.6.1.1.1.1.20

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-Valued

Defined in

RFC 2307

8.80. ipProtocolNumber

This attribute identifies the IP protocol version number.

Note

The ipProtocolNumber attribute is defined in 10rfc2307.ldif in the Directory Server. To use the updated RFC 2307 schema, remove the 10rfc2307.ldif file and copy the 10rfc2307bis.ldif file from the /usr/share/dirsrv/data directory to the /etc/dirsrv/slapd-instance/schema directory.

OID

1.3.6.1.1.1.1.17

Syntax

Integer

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-Valued

Defined in

RFC 2307

8.81. ipServicePort

This attribute gives the port used by the IP service.

Note

The ipServicePort attribute is defined in 10rfc2307.ldif in the Directory Server. To use the updated RFC 2307 schema, remove the 10rfc2307.ldif file and copy the 10rfc2307bis.ldif file from the /usr/share/dirsrv/data directory to the /etc/dirsrv/slapd-instance/schema directory.

OID

1.3.6.1.1.1.1.15

Syntax

Integer

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-Valued

Defined in

RFC 2307

8.82. ipServiceProtocol

This identifies the protocol used by the IP service.

Note

The ipServiceProtocol attribute is defined in 10rfc2307.ldif in the Directory Server. To use the updated RFC 2307 schema, remove the 10rfc2307.ldif file and copy the 10rfc2307bis.ldif file from the /usr/share/dirsrv/data directory to the /etc/dirsrv/slapd-instance/schema directory.

OID

1.3.6.1.1.1.1.16

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-Valued

Defined in

RFC 2307

8.83. janetMailbox

The janetMailbox contains a JANET email address, usually for users located in the United Kingdom who do not use RFC 822 email address. Entries with this attribute must also contain the rfc822Mailbox attribute.

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.46

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 1274

8.84. jpegPhoto

The jpegPhoto attribute contains a JPEG photo, a binary value. For example:

jpegPhoto:: AAAAAA==

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.60

Syntax

Binary

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2798

8.85. keyWords

The keyWord attribute contains keywords associated with the entry. For example:

keyWords: directory LDAP X.500

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.102.1.7

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

Internet White Pages Pilot

8.86. knowledgeInformation

This attribute is no longer used.

OID

2.5.4.2

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2256

8.87. labeledURI

The labeledURI contains a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) which is related, in some way, to the entry. Values placed in the attribute should consist of a URI (currently only URLs are supported), optionally followed by one or more space characters and a label.

labeledURI: http://home.example.com
labeledURI: http://home.example.com Example website

OID

1.3.6.1.4.1.250.1.57

Syntax

IA5String

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2709

8.88. l

The localityName, or l, attribute contains the county, city, or other geographical designation associated with the entry. For example:

localityName: Santa Clara
l: Santa Clara

OID

2.5.4.7

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2256

8.89. loginShell

The loginShell attribute contains the path to a script that is launched automatically when a user logs into the domain.

loginShell: c:\scripts\jsmith.bat
Note

The loginShell attribute is defined in 10rfc2307.ldif in the Directory Server. To use the updated RFC 2307 schema, remove the 10rfc2307.ldif file and copy the 10rfc2307bis.ldif file from the /usr/share/dirsrv/data directory to the /etc/dirsrv/slapd-instance/schema directory.

OID

1.3.6.1.1.1.1.4

Syntax

IA5String

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

RFC 2307

8.90. macAddress

This attribute gives the MAC address for a server or piece of equipment.

Note

The macAddress attribute is defined in 10rfc2307.ldif in the Directory Server. To use the updated RFC 2307 schema, remove the 10rfc2307.ldif file and copy the 10rfc2307bis.ldif file from the /usr/share/dirsrv/data directory to the /etc/dirsrv/slapd-instance/schema directory.

OID

1.3.6.1.1.1.1.22

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 2307

8.91. mailAccessDomain

This attribute lists the domain which a user can use to access the messaging server.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.12

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

Netscape Messaging Server

8.92. mail

The mail attribute contains a user’s primary email address. This attribute value is retrieved and displayed by whitepage applications. For example:

mail: jsmith@example.com

OID

0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.3

Syntax

DirectyString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Single-valued

Defined in

RFC 1274

8.93. mailAlternateAddress

The mailAlternateAddress attribute contains additional email addresses for a user. This attribute does not reflect the default or primary email address; that email address is set by the mail attribute.

For example:

mailAlternateAddress: jsmith@example.com
mailAlternateAddress: smith1701@alt.com

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.13

Syntax

DirectyString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

RFC 1274

8.94. mailAutoReplyMode

This attribute sets whether automatic replies are enabled for the messaging server.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.14

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

Netscape Messaging Server

8.95. mailAutoReplyText

This attribute stores the text to used in an auto-reply email.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.15

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

Netscape Messaging Server

8.96. mailDeliveryOption

This attribute defines the mail delivery mechanism to use for the mail user.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.16

Syntax

DirectoryString

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

Defined in

Netscape Messaging Server

8.97. mailEnhancedUniqueMember

This attribute contains the DN of a unique member of a mail group.

OID

2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.31

Syntax

DN

Multi- or Single-Valued

Multi-valued

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