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Posted on 1999-01-06
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Our Netware server is in a container as part of a larger NDS system. We'd like to add some user-defined fields to our schema. If we do that, does that mean the entire NDS schema would then be modified and would contain the new fields, or just our own container?
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Schema is tree based so the field would add to the whole tree not just your container.
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