Small fix to idmap_set_mapping

Simo Sorce simo.sorce at
Tue Jul 1 10:15:13 GMT 2003

On Tue, 2003-07-01 at 11:53, Volker Lendecke wrote:
> I just successfully got rid of one :-)
> And I still think that simply not trying to store anything that is
> already there in this exact form doesn't really cost us much and deals
> with the init_wellknownsids quite nicely. On a BDC the mappings should
> already be there even upon the first startup. The only thing that then
> happens is that the local cache is filled. We don't have to bother the
> PDC's LDAP server upon each startup of a BDC.

Yes, this is true, I'm fine with it.

> Local success and remote failure leads to inconsistent databases. How
> did you want to cope with that?

Well this is a problem, in fact a BDC should fail mappings ... need more
think, but of course I agree out of sync databases should be avoided as
much as possible.


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