LDAP how to

Michael Mansour micoots at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 23 04:14:51 UTC 2004

Hi Ben,

 --- Ben Steeves <bcs at metacon.ca> wrote: > On Sun,
2004-03-21 at 22:33, Ben Steeves wrote:
> > 
> > I've used eDirectory, OpenLDAP, and SunONE (now
> Sun Java Directory
> > Services), and they all have their good points and
> bad points.  So far
> > SunONE has been the fastest, most reliable, and
> most scalable. 
> > EDirectory is also quite powerful.
> I forgot the whole point of my response, which was
> to point at SunONE's
> documentation... although there's A LOT, most of
> it's not  SunONE
> specific and it's very well written.  It's how got
> my feet wet with LDAP
> in the first place:
> http://docs.sun.com/db/coll/S1_DirectoryServer_52
> There's more on Sun's site... look for 'iPlanet
> Directory Server',
> 'Netscape Directory Server', and 'Java Directory
> Server', too.  

Yeah, I used Netscape's directory server when it was
called the Fasttrack Enterprise server (before the Sun
One Alliance migrated it all to Sun).

I haven't seen SunOne but thanks for pointing it out,
certainly will look into it.


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