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I would like to make use of JAAS LoginModule to authenticate the users via LDAP or make use of JAZNLDAP to authenticate via a 3rd party LDAP Server.

I am using OAS 10g (9.0.4)

I have tried the demo application provided as a sample namely 'CallerInfo' which made use of OID as the LDAP Server, I was able to run it successfully and the authentication was done properly via OID.

But i would like to make use of SunOne Directory Server as the LDAP Server.

1. Does OAS 10g(9.0.4) support authentication via a 3rd party LDAP Server.

2. If it does, could you please let me know what are the configuration settings that has to be made to make use of
SunOne directory server as the LDAP server.

3. Is it possible to use JAZN itself as the JAAS Provider and specify the usage of SunOne Directory Server, but i
would not like to go for the DIP Mechanism where i have to have both OID and the 3rd party LDAP server. I don't want OID in picture at all.

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