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Apache Directory Studio Schema Editor

User's Guide

Apache Directory Studio Schema Editor: User's Guide
Version 1.5.2.v20091211 Copyright © 2006 - 2009 Apache Software Foundation
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Table of Contents
I. Getting started ................................................................................................................ 1 1. Download and installation ........................................................................................ 1 2. Views ................................................................................................................... 4 2.1. Hierarchy view ............................................................................................ 4 2.2. Problems view ............................................................................................. 5 2.3. Projects view ............................................................................................... 5 2.4. Schema view ............................................................................................... 6 2.5. Search view ................................................................................................. 8 3. Editors .................................................................................................................. 9 3.1. Attribute type editor ...................................................................................... 9 3.2. Object class editor ...................................................................................... 11 3.3. Schema editor ............................................................................................ 12 II. Tasks .......................................................................................................................... 15 1. Creating a new project ........................................................................................... 15 2. Importing projects ................................................................................................. 16 3. Exporting projects ................................................................................................. 17 4. Creating a new schema .......................................................................................... 18 5. Importing schemas ................................................................................................ 18 5.1. Importing schemas from XML files ................................................................ 18 5.2. Importing schemas from OpenLDAP files ....................................................... 19 5.3. Importing core schemas files ......................................................................... 20 5.4. Merge schemas ........................................................................................... 20 6. Exporting schemas ................................................................................................ 22 6.1. Exporting schemas as XML files ................................................................... 22 6.2. Exporting schemas as OpenLDAP files ........................................................... 22 6.3. Exporting schemas for Apache DS ................................................................. 23 7. Creating a new attribute type ................................................................................... 24 8. Creating a new object class ..................................................................................... 27 III. Reference ................................................................................................................... 31 1. Preferences ........................................................................................................... 31 1.1. Hierarchy View preferences .......................................................................... 31 1.2. Schema View preferences ............................................................................. 31 1.3. Search View preferences .............................................................................. 32 IV. What's new ................................................................................................................ 34 V. Release notes ............................................................................................................... 38

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Chapter I. Getting started
This part of the guide provides you a sum up of the basic concepts of the Schema Editor Plugin.

1. Download and installation
Beside the integration in Apache Directory Studio the Apache Directory Studio Schema Editor can also be installed as a plug-in into a regular Eclipse installation. This section describes this alternative. Using the Eclipse Install/Update Manager is the easiest way to install the Apache Directory Studio Schemas Editor plug-in. From workbench menu choose Help # Software Updates # Find and Install... . In the opened wizard choose Search for new features to install and click Next .

Next please specify the Apache Directory Studio update site. Click the New Remote Site... button. In the dialog input the following and press OK : • Name: Apache Directory Studio Update Site • URL: http://directory.apache.org/studio/update/1.x

Make sure the new update site is checked an press Finish .

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Now the install manager checks the update site and presents the search results. Select the feature you want to install - of course the Apache Directory Studio Schema Editor - and click Next .

Accept the license agreement, the Apache Directory Studio Schemas Editor is distributed under the Apache License, Version 2.0.

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In the next dialog ensure that the Apache Directory Studio Schema Editor feature is selected and click to Finish .

Now the install manager loads the necessary files. When download is finished you have to verify the installation, please click to Install .

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After installation it is recommended to restart the Eclipse workbench.

2. Views
2.1. Hierarchy view
The Hierarchy view shows the hierarchy of an element (attribute type or object class). Here is what the Hierarchy view looks like:

Toolbar The toolbar of the Hierarchy view contains the following actions: • • • • - Show the Type Hierarchy : Shows the type hierarchy. - Show the Supertype Hierarchy : Shows the supertype hierarchy. - Show the Subtype Hierarchy : Shows the subtype hierarchy. - Link with Editor : Links the view with the editor.

Menu

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The menu of the Hierarchy view contains the following actions: • • • • - Show the Type Hierarchy : Shows the type hierarchy. - Show the Supertype Hierarchy : Shows the supertype hierarchy. - Show the Subtype Hierarchy : Shows the subtype hierarchy. - Link with Editor : Links the view with the editor.

• Preferences : Displays the preferences dialog for the Hierarchy view. Icons The following icons can appear in the Hierarchy view: Icon Description Attribute type (operational) Attribute type (user) Object class (abstract) Object class (auxiliary) Object class (structural) Attribute type (current selection) Object class (current selection)

2.2. Problems view
The Problems view displays errors and warnings associated with a resource. Here is what the Problems view looks like:

Icons The following icons can appear in the Problems view: Icon Description Error Warning

2.3. Projects view
The Projects view shows all the Schema projects of the workspace.

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Here is what the Projects view looks like:

Toolbar The toolbar of the Projects view contains the following actions: • - New Schema Project : Opens the New Schema Project wizard.

Icons The following icons can appear in the Projects view: Icon Description Closed offline project Opened offline project Closed online project Opened online project

2.4. Schema view
This Schema view shows all the schemas of the currently opened project. The Schema view has two types of presentation: • Flat (Default) • Hierarchical Here is what the Schema view looks like in flat presentation:

Here is what the Schema view looks like in hierarchical presentation:

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Toolbar The toolbar of the Schema view contains the following actions: • • • • • - New Schema : Opens the New Schema wizard. - New Attribute Type : Opens the New Attribute Type wizard. - New Object Class : Opens the Object Class wizard. - Collapse All : Collapse all the node of the tree. - Link with Editor : Links the view with the editor.

Menu The menu of the Schema view contains the following actions: • - Sorting... : Opens the Sorting dialog for this view.

• Schema Presentation • Flat : Displays the Schema in flat presentation. • Hierarchical : Displays the Schema in hierarchical presentation. • - Link with Editor : Links the view with the editor.

• Preferences : Opens the Preferences dialog for this view. Icons The following icons can appear in the Schema view: Icon Description Attribute type (operational) Attribute type (user)

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Icon

Description Object class (abstract) Object class (auxiliary) Object class (structural) Indicates an error on the resource Indicates a warning on the resource

2.5. Search view
The Search view displays the results of a search. Here is what the Search view looks like:

Toolbar The toolbar of the Search view contains the following actions: • • • - Show Search Field : Shows the search field in the Search view. - Run the Current Search Again : Runs the current search again. - Search History : This command allows you to browse previously conducted searches and repeat a previous search. You can select a previous search from the drop-down menu or clear the search history.

Menu The menu of the Search view contains the following actions: • - Sorting... : Opens the Sorting dialog for this view.

• Preferences : Opens the Preferences dialog for this view. Icons The following icons can appear in the Search view: Icon Description Attribute type (operational) Attribute type (user) Object class (abstract) Object class (auxiliary) Object class (structural)

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3. Editors
3.1. Attribute type editor
The attribute type editor is the one-stop shop where you can define all aspects of your attribute type.

The Overview page is where the user can edit the properties of the attribute type. User can edit: • the name • the OID • the description • the superior type • the usage • the syntax and syntax length • if the attribute type is obsolete • if the attribute type is single-value • if the attribute type is collective • if the attribute type is no-user-modification • all the matching rules (equality, ordering, substring)

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The Source code page is where the user can see the result of his actions in the Overview page and what source code will be generated in the schema file.

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The Used By page is where the user can see in which object class(es) is used this attribute type (as mandatory or optional attribute type).

3.2. Object class editor
The object class editor is the one-stop shop where you can define all aspects of your object class.

The Overview page is where the user can edit the properties of the object class. User can edit: • the name • the OID • the description • the superior class • the class type • if the object class is obsolete • the mandatory attributes (add and remove) • the optional attributes (add and remove)

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The Source code page is where the user can see the result of his actions in the Overview page and what source code will be generated in the schema file.

3.3. Schema editor
The schema editor displays all the attribute types and the object classes that contains a schema file.

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The Overview page is where the user can see all the attribute types and object classes of the schema.

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The Source Code page is where the user can see all the attribute types and object classes of the schema in their OpenLDAP code representation.

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Chapter II. Tasks
1. Creating a new project
To create a new project, in the Projects view toolbar, click on the the Strg-R shortcut. The creation of a new Schema Project is a two-step process: 1. Define the name an the type of the project. 2. Select the 'core' schema files to import or select the directory server from which the schema should be imported. New Schema Project button, or use

Page 1
The first page allows you to enter a project name and select the type of project.

Option Name

Description

Default

The name of the project. In the Projects view the empty project is listed with this name. The name must be unique. The type of the project. Choose between Offline Offline Schema Schema and Online Schema from a Directory Server.

Type

Page 2 (offline)
The second page allows you to select the 'core' schema files to import.

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Specify the type of server you want to work with and check the 'core' schema files you want to import.

Page 2 (online)
The second page allows you to select the connection to the directory server from which the schema should be loaded.

2. Importing projects
To import schema projects choose one of the following options: • In the Projects view, choose Import > Schema Projects from the context menu. Schema Projects

• In the Workbench menu bar select File > Import... and choose

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Tasks

The following wizard appears:

Select the directory from which import the schema project files and then check each schema project file you want to import.

3. Exporting projects
To export schema projects choose one of the following options: • In the Projects view, choose Export > Schema Projects from the context menu. Schema Projects

• In the Workbench menu bar select File > Export... and choose The following wizard appears:

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Check each schema project you want to export and then select the directory where to export these schema project files.

4. Creating a new schema
To create a new schema, in the Schema view toolbar, click on the be opened), or use the Strg-E shorcut. The following wizard appears: New Schema button (a project must

Give a name to the schema. Option Name Description Default

The name of the schema. In the Schema view the empty project is listed with this name. The name must be unique.

5. Importing schemas
5.1. Importing schemas from XML files
To import schemas from XML files choose one of the following options: • In the Schema view, choose Import > Schemas from XML file(s) from the context menu. Schemas from XML file(s)

• In the Workbench menu bar select File > Import... and choose The following wizard appears:

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Select the directory from which import the schema files and then check each schema file you want to import.

5.2. Importing schemas from OpenLDAP files
To import schemas from OpenLDAP files choose one of the following options: • In the Schema view, choose Import > Schemas from OpenLDAP file(s) from the context menu. Schemas from OpenLDAP file(s)

• In the Workbench menu bar select File > Import... and choose The following wizard appears:

Select the directory from which import the schema files and then check each schema file you want to import.

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5.3. Importing core schemas files
To import core schemas files choose one of the following options: • In the Schema view, choose Import > Core schemas file(s) from the context menu. Core schemas file(s)

• In the Workbench menu bar select File > Import... and choose The following wizard appears:

Check each schema file you want to import and click on the Finish button.

5.4. Merge schemas
You could merge schemas, object classes and attribute types from one schema project to another using the Merge Schemas wizard. To start the wizard choose Import > Merge Schemas from other Projects from the context menu of the Schema view. The following wizard appears:

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Check each schema, object class and/or attribute type from to merge to the current schema project and click on the Next button. The second wizard page appears:

Select merge options.

Option

Description

Default

Replace unknown syntax If checked, unknown syntaxes are checked replaced by Directory String syntax, and appropriate matching rules (caseIgnoreMatch, caseIgnoreSubstringsMatch) are set. Merge dependencies If checked, dependent schema elements (super checked classes, super attribute types, may and must attributes) are also merged.

Merge attributes

inherited If checked, must and may attributes that are not checked defined in the class hierarchy in the target schema are added to the merged object class.

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6. Exporting schemas
6.1. Exporting schemas as XML files
To export schemas as XML files, choose one of the following options: • In the Schema view, choose Export > Schemas as XML file(s) from the context menu. Schemas as XML file(s)

• In the Workbench menu bar select File > Export... and choose The following wizard appears:

Check each schema you want to export and then select the directory where to export each schema as a separate file or a single destination file.

6.2. Exporting schemas as OpenLDAP files
To export schemas as OpenLDAP files, choose one of the following options: • In the Schema view, choose Export > Schemas as OpenLDAP file(s) from the context menu. Schemas as OpenLDAP file(s)

• In the Workbench menu bar select File > Export... and choose The following wizard appears:

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Check each schema you want to export and then select the directory where to export each schema as a separate file.

6.3. Exporting schemas for Apache DS
To export schemas for Apache DS, choose one of the following options: • In the Schema view, choose Export > Schemas for Apache DS from the context menu. Schemas for Apache DS

• In the Workbench menu bar select File > Export... and choose The following wizard appears:

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Check each schema you want to export and then select the directory where to export each schema as a separate file or a single destination file.

7. Creating a new attribute type
To create a new attribute type, choose one of the following options: • In the Schema view, choose New > • In the Schema view, click the New Attribute Type from the context menu.

New Attribute Type button in the toolbar. New Attribute Type

• In the Workbench menu bar select File > New... and choose • You can also use the Strg-T shortcut. The creation of a new attribute type is a three-step process:

1. Select the schema in which insert the new attribute type and specify its naming and description information (OID, aliases and description) 2. Specify the attribute type content such as superior and usage, as well as syntax and properties 3. Specify the equality, ordering and/or substring matching rules

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The first page allows you to select the schema in which insert the new attribute type and specify its naming and description information (OID, aliases and description).

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Option Schema OID Aliases Description

Description

Default

The schema in which insert the new attribute type. empty The OID of the new attribute type. The OID must empty be unique. The aliases (or names) of the new attribute type. empty Each alias (or name) must be unique. The description of the new attribute type. empty

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The second page allows you to specify the attribute type content such as superior and usage, as well as syntax and properties.

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Option Superior Usage Syntax Syntax Length Obsolete Single Value Collective No User Modification

Description The usage of the new attribute type. The syntax of the new attribute type. The syntax length of the new attribute type. Indicates the new attribute type is obsolete. Indicates the new attribute type is single value. Indicates the new attribute type is collective.

Default User Applications (None) 0 Not checked Not checked Not checked

The superior attribute type of the new attribute type. empty

Indicates the new attribute type is no user Not checked modification.

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The third page allows you to specify the equality, ordering and/or substring matching rules.

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Option Equality Ordering Substring

Description

Default

The equality matching rule of the new attribute type. (None) The ordering matching rule of the new attribute (None) type. The substring matching rule of the new attribute (None) type.

8. Creating a new object class
To create a new attribute type, choose one of the following options: • In the Schema view, choose New > • In the Schema view, click the New Object Class from the context menu.

New Object Class button in the toolbar. New Object Class

• In the Workbench menu bar select File > New... and choose • You can also use the Strg-B shortcut. The creation of a new object class is a four-step process:

1. Select the schema in which insert the new object class and specify its naming and description information (OID, aliases and description) 2. Specify the object class content such as superiors, class type and properties 3. Specify the mandatory attribute types of the new object class

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4. Specify the optional attribute types of the new object class

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The first page allows you to select the schema in which insert the new object class and specify its naming and description information (OID, aliases and description).

Option Schema OID Aliases Description

Description The schema in which insert the new object class.

Default empty

The OID of the new object class. The OID must be empty unique. The aliases (or names) of the new object class. Each empty alias (or name) must be unique. The description of the new object class. empty

Page 2
The second page allows you to specify the object class content such as superiors, class type and properties.

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Option Superiors Class Type Obsolete

Description The class type of the new object class. Indicates the new object class is obsolete.

Default Structural Not checked

The superiors object classes of the new object class. empty

Page 3
The third page allows you to specify the mandatory attribute types of the new object class.

Option

Description

Default empty

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Option Mandatory Types

Description Attribute The mandatory attribute types of the new object class.

Default

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The forth page allows you to specify the optional attribute types of the new object class.

Option

Description

Default

Optional Attribute Types The optional attribute types of the new object class. empty

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Chapter III. Reference
1. Preferences
1.1. Hierarchy View preferences
In the Hierarchy View preferences page you can configure general settings for the Hierarchy view .

Option Label

Description

Default

Choose one of First Name , All Aliases or All Aliases with limit of OID to be used as label for attribute types or object 50 characters classes. If the checkbox is checked long labels with more than the specified number of characters are abbreviated. Choose one of First Name , All Aliases or OID with no limit of OID to be used as secondary label for attribute characters types or object classes. If the checkbox is checked long labels with more than the specified number of characters are abbreviated.

Secondary label

1.2. Schema View preferences
In the Schema View preferences page you can configure general settings for the Schema view .

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Reference

Option Label

Description

Default

Choose one of First Name , All Aliases or All Aliases with limit of OID to be used as label for attribute types or object 50 characters classes. If the checkbox is checked long labels with more than the specified number of characters are abbreviated. Choose one of First Name , All Aliases or OID with no limit of OID to be used as secondary label for attribute characters types or object classes. If the checkbox is checked long labels with more than the specified number of characters are abbreviated. If the checkbox is checked the name of the schema Checked of the element will be added to the label.

Secondary label

Schema label

1.3. Search View preferences
In the Search View preferences page you can configure general settings for the Search view .

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Reference

Option Label

Description

Default

Choose one of First Name , All Aliases or All Aliases with limit of OID to be used as label for attribute types or object 50 characters classes. If the checkbox is checked long labels with more than the specified number of characters are abbreviated. Choose one of First Name , All Aliases or OID with no limit of OID to be used as secondary label for attribute characters types or object classes. If the checkbox is checked long labels with more than the specified number of characters are abbreviated. If the checkbox is checked the name of the schema Checked of the element will be added to the label.

Secondary label

Schema label

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Chapter IV. What's new
What's new in 1.5.0
Online Schema Schema projects can be created from an existing schema from a directory server.

Merge Schemas Schemas, object classes and attribute types can be merged between schema projects.

A number of bug fixes Besides these key new features, the Schema Editor plugin has received a number of bug fixes. A detailed report is provided in the Release Notes section.

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What's new

What's new in 1.4.0
Internationalization Apache Directory Studio is now fully internationalized. Out of the box English, French and German translations are provided.

What's new in 1.2.0
Improvements in reading schema files Apache Directory Studio 1.2.0 brings a better support for schema files. The schema file parser has been relaxed to allow non compliant schema files to be read correctly.

What's new in 1.1.0
New Hierarchical presentation in Schema view The Schema view has been improved by the addition of a new Hierarchical presentation which displays the attribute types and object classes hierarchically.

Key bindings

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The Schema Editor plugin now supports key bindings to launch several actions (e.g. "Open in Type Hierarchy").

Bundled OpenLDAP 'core' schemas The Schema Editor plugin now bundles the 'core' schemas of Open LDAP. When creating a new project , or importing 'core' schemas , the schemas from Open LDAP can be selected.

Improved Hierarchy view The Hierarchy view has been improved by the addition of the "Type Hierarchy" mode which displays at the same time both the element's Supertype and Subtype hierarchies.

A number of bug fixes

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Besides these key new features, the Schema Editor plugin has received a number of bug fixes. A detailed report is provided in the Release Notes section.

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Chapter V. Release notes
Apache Directory Studio 1.5.2 - (2009, December 11th)
Nothing new.

Apache Directory Studio 1.5.1 - (2009, November 30th)
Nothing new.

Apache Directory Studio 1.5.0 - (2009, November 2nd)
Bug • [DIRSTUDIO-568] - When editing an AT or OC, using the scroll wheel may trigger a combo change • [DIRSTUDIO-565] - Inconsistent handling of the 'modified schemas' flag • [DIRSTUDIO-506] - Export Schemas for ApacheDS: object classes must be sorted by hierarchy • [DIRSTUDIO-497] - LdapSchema plugin 'Save' is erratic • [DIRSTUDIO-473] - Import OpenLDAP core schema • [DIRSTUDIO-443] - The warning and error overlay for OCs and ATs sometimes (often) lacks forgets some items • [DIRSTUDIO-441] - New ObjectClass and AttributeType wizards always show a warning indicating that the item does not have any name • [DIRSTUDIO-429] - Meaningless error message on importing schema • [DIRSTUDIO-331] - Instant error when importing schema in a new schema-project • [DIRSTUDIO-282] - Save failed: null , when adding an attribute to a class, if attribute is also open in gui Improvement • [DIRSTUDIO-535] - Use SWT.SEARCH and SWT.CANCEL style bits on search text field for a native search field on Mac OS X • [DIRSTUDIO-534] - Re-order the preference pages for better understanding • [DIRSTUDIO-521] - Replace the XSLT transformation by the use of the Dom4J OutputFormat class for XML pretty print

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Release notes

• [DIRSTUDIO-509] - Load schema from the directory server • [DIRSTUDIO-444] - Allow the user to enter the names of an item inline (using ',' as separator) in the OC and AT Editors New Feature • [DIRSTUDIO-510] - Add functionality to copy/merge schema elements between schema projects Task • [DIRSTUDIO-573] - Update bundled Apache DS Schema files to version 1.5.5

Apache Directory Studio 1.4.0 - (2009, April 7th)
Bug • [DIRSTUDIO-466] - Incorrect error message when importing a bad XML schema file • [DIRSTUDIO-442] - Typo in a warning of the New ObjectClass wizard ('attribute type' instead of 'object class') Improvement • [DIRSTUDIO-426] - Overwritten hashCode() method should not use super.hashCode() New Feature • [DIRSTUDIO-397] - Request for multi-language GUI

Apache Directory Studio 1.3.0 - (2008, November 24th)
Improvement • [DIRSTUDIO-384] - Improve New Attribute Type, New Object Class and New Schema Wizards when no schema project is opened Task • [DIRSTUDIO-375] - Move each plugin IDs in a plugin.properties file

Apache Directory Studio 1.2.0 - (2008, august 18th)
Bug • [DIRSTUDIO-342] - Relax the parser for the *.schema files • [DIRSTUDIO-266] - OpenLDAP schema files parser fails when DESC contains an empty string ''

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Apache Directory Studio 1.1.0 - (2008, march 31st)
Bug • [DIRSTUDIO-286] - Update Site is not working, missing dependencies in ldifeditor, ldapbrower and schemaeditor feature • [DIRSTUDIO-243] - Modified value of Equality Matching Rule in the AttributeTypeEditor is not saved • [DIRSTUDIO-239] - No error message when importing a bad schema • [DIRSTUDIO-226] - Attribute Type Description is not imported when reading an OpenLDAP schema file • [DIRSTUDIO-224] - Can't Open Schema View with JDK 6.0 • [DIRSTUDIO-214] - IllegalArgumentException raised when selecting an AT with no alias as superior in the NewAttributeTypeWizard • [DIRSTUDIO-213] - NullPointerException raised when selecting an OC with no alias as a superior in the NewObjectClassWizard • [DIRSTUDIO-201] - Project Name mess up if it contains non-ascii chars • [DIRSTUDIO-198] - Search string is not working properly with metacharacters (*, +...) • [DIRSTUDIO-196] - Error dialog displayed after Problems View is closed • [DIRSTUDIO-48] - Errors when help is open Improvement • [DIRSTUDIO-275] - Import/Export wizards should display an error if no Schema Project is open • [DIRSTUDIO-254] - schema import does not provide error reporting when parsing schema file • [DIRSTUDIO-251] - Replace the Text Widget for the OID in the new AT and OC wizards by a DropDown Combo with history of the last used OIDs • [DIRSTUDIO-240] - Memorize the last import's path • [DIRSTUDIO-238] - Automatically add an alias when the 'ok' button is selected • [DIRSTUDIO-237] - It would be good to be able to import 'core' schemas into an existing project • [DIRSTUDIO-227] - Add the ability to select OpenLDAP schema files as core schemas when creating a project • [DIRSTUDIO-216] - Improve Type Hierarchy View • [DIRSTUDIO-206] - Add help contexts to the help plugin of the Schema Editor • [DIRSTUDIO-200] - Add an OC and AT hierarchical global view • [DIRSTUDIO-199] - Add scopes for OC and AT in search

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Release notes

• [DIRSTUDIO-195] - Add key bindings to the Schema Editor New Feature • [DIRSTUDIO-194] - Add a SchemaConnector for Apache Directory Server • [DIRSTUDIO-193] - Add the abitilty to import/export the Schema from/to a directory Server • [DIRSTUDIO-192] - Add an extension point in the Schema Editor for SchemaConnectors Task • [DIRSTUDIO-225] - Update documentation for Schema Editor Plugin

Apache Directory Studio 1.0.1 - (2007, september 10)
Bug • [DIRSTUDIO-180] - Connection wizard and properties tabs are out of order Task • [DIRSTUDIO-181] - Update the documentation of the Schema Editor Plugin

Apache Directory Studio 1.0.0 - (2007, september 3rd)
Initial release.

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