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Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition Evaluation Guide 11 g Release 1 (
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1.  Overview of Directory Server Enterprise Edition

2.  Service Manageability

3.  High Data Availability and Integrity

Robust Replication

Unlimited Masters for Replication

Prioritized Replication

Replicated Account Lockout Attributes

Monitoring Replication Convergence

Importing Many Entries to Large Replicated Suffixes

Synchronized Backup and Export

Compacting Database Files

File System Snapshot of Frozen Database

Changing Attributes While the Server Is Online

To Change the Data Directory Path With the Server Online

Attribute Syntax Validation on Update

Schema Validation by Directory Proxy Server

Where to Go From Here

4.  Tuned for Performance

5.  Enhanced Security

6.  Managed Scalability

7.  Virtual Directory

8.  Synchronizing Directory Server With Windows Users and Groups

A.  Standards and RFCs Supported by Directory Server Enterprise Edition

Schema Validation by Directory Proxy Server

Directory Proxy Server provides schema validation to ensure that only the allowed data is permitted on write operations. For example, when entries are aggregated using the virtual directory functionality, the aggregate entries might not match the schema of any of the backend servers participating in the entry aggregation. In this case, schema checking can occur on the Directory Proxy Server using a virtual schema.

When schema checking is enabled, Directory Proxy Server retrieves schema available in the cn=schema suffix and uses it to do schema checking. You can define the LDIF data view holding the cn=schema suffix. The content of the cn=schema suffix can point to an LDAP server or to a schema stored in an LDIF file local to the Directory Proxy Server.