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synchronize relational database with LDAP directory

 
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I would like to synchronize my relational database with LDAP directory.
I know LDAP doesn't support triggers, but how do I know that a change has occured in LDAP directory and hence automatically change/insert values in the relational database?
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Aditi,

There are a number of products on the marker that will capture changes from your directory (via change log, persistent search, or time interval data compare) and synchronize the changes into a DB. See http://www.radiantlogic.com/main/products_syncsvcs.html#object_synch for more details.
 
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