I have a bunch of custom attributes in my eDirectory trees schemas, all
organized in to an AuxClass (niuOrgPerson). These are used here and
there throughout my various drivers.

In trying to use the Project Checker to see how many things it thinks
I'm not doing right, I can't figure out how to get it to admit that
these attributes are defined in the schema. I get lots of:

Attribute niuXXX is missing in the schema.

errors in the output. I've checked, and Designer's view of the schema
(Driver->Manage Application Schema) is indeed not including my AuxClass
or its attributes, but refresh doesn't seem to pick them up from the
live system either.

Without having to re-do my schema in Designer just to get it to agree
with the actual eDirectory trees, is there a way to get Designer to pick
up what's there and import it?

Or is this actually some other complaint and I'm looking in the wrong
place to resolve it?


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