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Jason Smith
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Joined: Mar 07, 2006
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does anybody out here know if the Sun ONE directory server has JDBC hooks to talk to a DB "on the fly". I would like to set up a LDAP complient directory for our WebSphere App Server, but I don't want to copy the data from our DB into the directory. I'd rather have the directory look up the data in the DB in real time. I know with OpenLDAP there was a C backend API and even a Perl wrapper for that C API. I'm wondering if the Sun Directory has a JDBC back end hook to a DB...specifically....oracle

thanks,

Jason
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