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I have created a new user in .ldif file and it get appeared in the LDAP container also but later, when I deleted the user from .ldif file, that user is still appearing in LDAP container.

I'm using Apache Ds 1.5.5. I have deleted record from both .ldif files i.e "\Apache Directory Server\bin\filename.ldif" and "Apache Directory Server\instances\default\ldif\filename.ldif".

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    Why are you editing ldif files instead of using LDAP operations? – Sven Jan 18 '13 at 12:08
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ldif files are intended as input for tools like ldapmodify (see man ldapmodify and man 5 ldif). As such, they list usually only thos records you want to modify (add, change, delete). Objects not listed in the ldif file are not affectde (specifically, they do not get deleted by simply removing them from the ldif file).

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