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(1.3.6.1.4.1.27630.2.1.1.25 DESC 'osiWikiName' )

osiWikiName attribute OID of openosi.schema for X500 / LDAP directory

Notation

This object identifier (OID) describes osiWikiName attribute of openosi.schema.

ASN1 notation: {iso(1) identified-organization(3) dod(6) internet(1) private(4) enterprise(1) openosi(27630) identification(2) schema(1) attribute(1) osiWikiName(25)}
URN notation: urn:oid:1.3.6.1.4.1.27630.2.1.1.25
IETF DOT notation: 1.3.6.1.4.1.27630.2.1.1.25
BNF notation (RFC822 Backus-Naur form): ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.27630.2.1.1.25 DESC 'osiWikiName' )
Description: osiWikiName attribute OID of openosi.schema for X500 / LDAP directory

Definition

osiWikiName attribute is a container for attributes types conforming with RFC4512 specification.

DESC 'Login name using WikiName linking pattern (CamelCase)'

Most Wiki use CamelCase to generate automatic links, this is a link pattern. Wiki login name is also usually a WikiName that obviously should be unique in its context.

CamelCase is a naming convention used as markup for phrases, where:

  • Spaces between words are removed
  • First letter of each word is capitalized
  • Others word's letters are in small cap.

The name CamelCase comes from the phrase appearance (like humps on a camel). There is currently no RFC or other general specification; it's a practice for Wiki, although it's mandatory in some programming languages. Indeed, CamelCase usage in Wiki comes from class names syntax in Smalltalk object oriented language. This usage was enforced by the first WikiWiki

Syntax

attributetype ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.27630.2.1.1.25
	NAME ( 'osiWikiName' 'wikiName'  )
	DESC 'Login name using WikiName linking pattern (CamelCase)'
	EQUALITY caseExactMatch
	SUBSTR caseExactSubstringsMatch
	SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15
	SINGLE-VALUE )

Examples of login WikiName

  • JohnSmith
  • JohnSmith123
  • John2Smith (normaly a digit is considered as a small cap letter, but its not implemented by all Wiki)
  • JohnHenrySmith

Usage

A common usage for Wiki login name is to concatenate First and Last name (surname), after capitalizing first letter of each. To ensure uniqueness, it may be necessary to add some digits or others letters. This is openOSI practice in its directory, where commonName, which is not supposed to be case sensitive is formed of "first name <dot> last name" with addition of some digits for uniqueness if necessary; then osiWikiName is derived from commonName, ensuring first letter of first and surname are capitalized, others letters in small caps, and additional digits similar (to cn) when applicable..

Main usage is Wiki authentication using LDAP directory servers.

It is mentioned by the following objectclasses:

For quick OID check (when registered) go to oid-info and use the following syntax:
www.oid-info.com/get/<OID number>



XML format

<oid>
<asn1-notation>{iso(1) identified-organization(3) dod(6) internet(1) private(4) enterprise(1) openosi(27630) identification(2) schema(1) attribute(1) osiWikiName(25)}</asn1-notation>
<description>osiWikiName attributeOID of openosi.schema for X500 / LDAP directory</description>
<information>More <i>information</i> can be found in <a href="http://openosi.org/osi/display/oid/1.3.6.1.4.1.27630.2.1.1.25">osiWikiName attributeOID of openosi.schema for X500 / LDAP directory</a> </information>
</oid>


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