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|Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition Administration Guide 11g Release 1 (22.214.171.124.0)|
Generally, for LDAP data views, schema checking is performed by the back-end directory, using the back-end directory's schema. Use the following procedure if you want schema checking to be performed by Directory Proxy Server.
You cannot use DSCC to perform this task. Use the command line, as described in this procedure.
To normalize requests, particularly the DN, set the use-external-schema property of the server, as follows:
$ dpconf set-server-prop -h host -p port use-external-schema:true
$ dpconf set-connection-handler-prop -h host -p port connection-handler \ schema-check-enabled:true
If the external schema is defined in an LDAP directory, create an LDAP data view, as described in Chapter 18, LDAP Data Views, with a view base of cn=schema.
If the external schema is defined in an LDIF file, create an LDIF data view, as described in Creating and Configuring LDIF Data Views with a view base of cn=schema.
By default, all data views are exposed by the connection handler. If you have defined a custom list of data views that are exposed by the connection handler, add this data view to the list.
$ dpconf set-connection-handler-prop -h host -p port connection-handler \ data-view-routing-custom-list+:data-view-name