Win a copy of Mesos in Action this week in the Cloud/Virtualizaton forum!
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Welcome Clayton (and everyone else)!

 
Peter den Haan
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Welcome to this week's book giveaway! Honoured to have you here in the most secure watering hole in town -- hope you have a few pleasant and informative discussions
A warm welcome to everyone else too; remember that to make a chance in the giveaway you need to have a valid display name. And your questions or contributions have to be vaguely on-topic as well And now I suppose I'd better get behind the bar again...
Have fun,
- Peter
 
Ram Balasubramaniam
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Is this the thread for the book give away.
I have just started working on LDAP . Using security and realms for our application .Have some questions for Clayton.
Am i posting to the right thread.

Ram
 
Thomas Paul
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If you have a question start a new thread in this forum. Posts in this thread are not eligible for the giveaway. So say "Hi!" to Clayton here and then start a new thread with your questions!
 
Cindy Glass
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Hi Clayton! Hope to learn lots this week from you!!
 
Daniel Ng
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Is there any examples in the book using Java with LDAP?
 
Clayton Donley
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Thanks for the welcome. Hope that I can provide some useful insight in this forum.
As for the book, the first part deals with LDAP concepts, the second part deals with integration (mostly with Perl examples for doing things like moving tabular data into LDAP, etc...), and the final part uses the Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) to show how to LDAP-enable a Java applicationt to use directories. It also spends some time with DSML, which is an XML standard related to LDAP.
So the short answer is that yes, it does have Java examples.
Clayton
 
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Welcome Clayton!
I'm also looking forward to following the discussions.
 
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