Overview#Schema Extensions are ways to Extend the LDAP Schema to add more functionality.
Generally, you should try to find existing Schema Extensions for what you wish to accomplish rather than going and modifying the LDAP Schema with custom Schema Extensions.
Creating Schema Extensions is as much an art as a science and we believe should be left to the more experienced.
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Please read the schema and be sure you know what you are attempting.
Process#We prefer using LDIF files designed to update the schema on EDirectory server implementations. Most of these will import with, perhaps minor changes with most LDAP server implementations. Mozilla LDAP Address Book Schema AbzillaPerson
SUDO LDAP Schema#We originally developed with this schema Aaron Spangler when on a joint project at Nationwide Insurance and then given to the sudo project.
The schema has since been modified. The schema format supplied from Sudo is formated specific to OpenLDAP. Our version is more suitable for most LDAP Server implementations.
Our sudo LDAP Schema.An Application Object Schema for use in environments where there were a lot (1,000s) of applications using LDAP Solaris NIS Project Schema. RFC-3712 LDAP Printer Schema net/samba3 port you should find the schema file in: /usr/local/share/examples/samba/LDAP/samba.schema Novell Secure Password Manager Schema Definitions. Novell's Dirxml Schema Informtion.