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Old 03-17-2010, 08:07 AM
Fabio Isgrò
Default Error "passwords with storage scheme are not allowed" during modify and add operation

Hi to all,

* this is the third time I send this mail but for somewhat reason it doesn't accepted.

Have a great day.


Hi to all,

I'm using the lastest stable version of 389-ds and I have a strange
issue when cut and paste an user from a branch to another or import an
user that has SSHA as password scheme.

This is a specimen of user extracted with db2ldif

> # entry-id: 41964
> dn: uid=TestUser,ou=Milano,ou=PuntiPeriferici,ou=Perso ne,o=Domain
> mail: testUser@domain.it

> uid: testUser
> givenName: testUser
> objectClass: top
> objectClass: person
> objectClass: organizationalPerson
> objectClass: inetorgperson
> sn: testUser
> cn: testUser

> userPassword: {SSHA}Qm33jLgIeXUNOOdESn9g+fMeg59ecxRQnRPKMA==
> creatorsName:
> uid=admin,ou=administrators,ou=topologymanagement, o=netscaperoot
> modifiersName:
> uid=admin,ou=administrators,ou=topologymanagement, o=netscaperoot

> createTimestamp: 20100205124926Z
> modifyTimestamp: 20100205124926Z
> nsUniqueId: c2d9a301-1dd111b2-80d0d492-e75cfaf

When I'm trying to import this ldif via mozldap ldapmodify or console I

get this error

uid=TestUser,ou=Milano,ou=PuntiPeriferici,ou=Perso ne,o=Domain:
netscape.ldap.LDAPException: error result (19); invalid password syntax
- passwords with storage scheme are not allowed

intestead with OpenLdap ldapmodify it works Perfectly.

Some ideas ?

Thanks in Advance

Fabio Isgrò

389 users mailing list

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