When we played with it a while ago (under 9.2, I believe), our research showed that this was not supported, nor could we get the Oracle ldap commands to work against a 3rd party directory service. Granted, we did not try very hard, either. =) However, since the Oracle ldap commands are built around the LDAP standard (P does stand for Protocol), the architecture of the beast is compliant with OpenLDAP (or any other flavor you might like). That LDAP stuff is an entirely different language for us.
Can we use ldapadd and other ldap command to add entries to OpenLDAP or it is only meant for OID
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