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LDAP java codes

Atul Darne
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Joined: Jul 05, 2009
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Hi ranchos,

iam a beginner in LDAP , i need some information about how to create LDAP and basic operations using java, i tried some few servers from apache(Apache Directory Studio and Suite) but didn't get through, iam looking some easy understating code that i can work and compile.


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Joe Ess
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Welcome to the JavaRanch.
Have a look at the JNDI tutorial.


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Atul Darne
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Thanks Joe, i will go through it, and will let you know. if i get stuckup
Atul Darne
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Joined: Jul 05, 2009
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Hello Joe,

i went through the JNDI tout, i need to setup LDAP in a small company and i need it to be controlled through the java code, please suggest how should i start with and some software needed for it.
David O'Meara
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JXplorer http://jxplorer.org is a free Java based LDAP browser and is an easy way to make simple modifications to an LDAP instance, but in my opinion you're better off using an LDIF import or the specific LDAP server tools to create and populate the data. From that point on you can use JNDI.
Atul Darne
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Thanks David, i am referring to the material provided by you. Thanks once again.
 
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