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LDAP Implementation Cookbook by Permana Widhiasta, Harri Stranden, Michel Melot, Heinz Johner

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2.5. The IBM Schema

With the IBM SecureWay Directory, IBM provides an extensive schema called the IBM schema. The IBM schema is comprised of object classes and attributes defined by industry standards as well as object classes and attributes defined by IBM that are either derived from industry standards or new. The IBM schema is not a static schema, and new classes and attributes will be added as requirements dictate. Figure 8 on page 42 shows the main object classes that IBM has derived from industry schemas that form the basis for the IBM SecureWay Directory. This overall view is quite complex; so, it is also dissected into smaller sections and discussed in the succeeding schema sections.

Figure 8. The big picture of the IBM schema

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