Novell® eDirectory™ is based on a set of rules which define the following:
The types of objects that can exist in an eDirectory tree
The possible locations of these objects in the eDirectory tree
The information (stored as attributes) that can be and must be maintained about the object
This set of rules is called the schema. The eDirectory Schema Reference describes these rules and the items that have been defined for the NDS operational schema. This information is divided into the following sections:
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For the most recent version of this guide, see eDirectory Libraries for C.
For information about other eDirectory interfaces, see the following guides:
For help with eDirectory problems or questions, visit the eDirectory Libraries for C Developer Support Forum.
For product information about eDirectory, see the eDirectory Documentation Site.
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