Naming context does not exist

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Naming context does not exist

Postby jhg » Mon Oct 09, 2006 9:06 pm

I get this when browsing a new openLDAP installation.

I've searched the boards and tried all the solutions I found, with no effect. I followed the hint link to the Entry Creation Wizard, but no matter what I try to create I always get Object Class Violation. Here's the applicable contents of the openLDAP config (slapd.conf, password obfuscated):

database bdb
suffix "dc=rss,dc=athensgroup,dc=com"
rootdn "cn=Manager,dc=rss,dc=athensgroup,dc=com"
rootpw ********

When I first connect to the new instance I get the view shown in the attached file. Other people seem to have succeeded in adding an OU, but there does not seem to be a place to add one.
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Postby Support » Tue Oct 10, 2006 9:49 am

Double click on the hint to launch Enrty Creation Wizard. It could help you creating top level entry. You should use the 'domain' object class.

Please read OpenLDAP Admin Guide and Quick Start Guide to learn more about OpenLDAP instance setup.
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