[jadmin] Administering the JUD?

Thomas Muldowney temas at box5.net
Thu Mar 29 13:05:00 CST 2001

I'd try running the file through an XML validator after you edit it.  
http://www.w3.org has one, I think I put one on the list a while ago, but I 
can't find it quickly.


On Mon, Mar 26, 2001 at 05:01:50PM -0800, Jeff Tharp wrote:
> How do you remove users from the JUD?  I had a user who wanted to recreate
> his account.  So I deleted his .xml file, then used vi to edit the
> global.xdb file (./spool/jud/global.xdb) and remove the <item></item>
> refering to his account.  I then stopped and started jabberd.  When jabberd
> started back up, no one showed up when searching the JUD.  It's like it
> doesn't even see the contents of the global.xdb file.  This happened to me
> as well when I recently recompiled JUD using the latest source files from
> CVS.  When it happened last time, I had everyone re-register their accounts.
> But my users are getting tired of that.
> What am I doing wrong?  Or is there a better way?
> Jeff Tharp
> Unix/NT Admin
> ESRI - Redlands, CA
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