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  • #23747
     pinku
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    Hi,

    following https://ludopoitou.com/tag/directory-server/

    when I start get the below error, any idea whats wrong

    02/Nov/2018:20:02:06 +0000] category=CORE severity=NOTICE msgID=134 msg=OpenDJ Server 3.5.3 (build 20171116121322, revision number 24c471c8001795e857d3cf8981ca94b39222946a) starting up

    [02/Nov/2018:20:02:07 +0000] category=CONFIG severity=WARNING msgID=174 msg=One or several definitions read from schema configuration file 999-user.ldif conflict with other definitions already read into the schema:
    There should be no warnings on the schema, but instead got 3 warnings:
    The definition for the attribute type “json” declared that it should use the syntax “1.3.6.1.4.1.36733.2.1.3.1”
    which is not defined in the schema. The default syntax “1.3.6.1.4.1.36733.2.1.3.1” will be used instead;
    Validation of attribute type definition
    ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.36733.2.1.1.999 NAME ‘json’ SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.36733.2.1.3.1 EQUALITY caseIgnoreJsonQueryMatch SINGLE-VALUE )
    failed and will be removed from the schema: The definition for the attribute type “json” declared that equality
    matching should be performed using the matching rule “caseIgnoreJsonQueryMatch” which is not defined in the schema;
    Validation of object class definition (1.3.6.1.4.1.36733.2.1.2.999 NAME ‘jsonObject’ SUP top MUST (cn $ json ) )
    failed and will be removed from the schema: The object class “jsonObject” specifies the required attribute type “json”
    which is not defined in the schema. The later definitions will be used

    [02/Nov/2018:20:02:08 +0000] category=JVM severity=NOTICE msgID=21 msg=Installation Directory: C:\softwares\opendj

    Regards

    #23748
     JnRouvignac
    Participant

    Hello,

    999-user.ldif should not have the same schema definitions as any other schema files. Probably 02-config.ldif?

    Cheers,
    Jean-Noel

    #23749
     pinku
    Participant

    Thanks Jean for the reply, however I don’t find any matching def anywhere else.

    #23750
     pinku
    Participant

    got this working with another version of the DJ.

    Thanks

    #23756
     Ludo
    Moderator

    Hi,

    JSON syntax support was only added to ForgeRock Directory Services 5.0.
    It will not work with prior releases.

    Ludo

    #23791
     pinku
    Participant

    Thanks Ludo, figured that out :)

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