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Like LDAP, NIS+ is object oriented. Thus, we introduce the components of the service by first introducing the types of objects that it manages. NIS+ objects are structural elements used to build and define the NIS+ namespace. These objects are always separated by dots when they are expressed. This point will make more sense as we provide examples of NIS+ objects. There are five basic NIS+ object types. The first type of object is the directory object. Directory objects are similar to Unix file system directories. Unlike Unix directories, however, they do not contain files. They can contain one or more other objects, such as table objects, group objects, entry objects, or link objects. Like the Unix file system, directory objects form an inverted treelike structure, with the root domain (root directory) at the top and the subdomains branching downward. They are used to divide the namespace into different parts. Each domain-level directory object contains the org_dir and groups_dir directory objects for the corresponding domain (the ctx_dir directory is present only if you are running FNS). The org_dir directory objects contain table objects for that domain.
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