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Skip Slone <jpslone@tag.den.mmc.com> Tue, 28 February 1995 16:24 UTC

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From: Skip Slone <jpslone@tag.den.mmc.com>
Reply-To: Skip Slone <jpslone@mmc.com>
To: capple@arch4.ho.att.com, osi-ds@cs.ucl.ac.uk
Subject: Re:

In message <9502250954.AA28923@arch4.ho.att.com> Christopher Walon Apple writes:
> Subject: Re: extending existing object classes vs deriving new classes
> 
> 
> Anyone have the actual titles of the X.500 books by Sara Radicati
> and Dave Chadwick? I've heard of both, but am having trouble locating
> a copy of them.

David's book is _Understanding X.500 The Directory_, published by Chapman & 
Hall, ISBN 0 412 43020 7.  I don't know abou Sara's.

  -- Skip Slone