Monthly Archives: October 2011

LDAP: Programming Practices

The summary follows below. See LDAP: Programming Practices for the full article. Summary use LDAPv3 use the UnboundID LDAP SDK. See the comparison matrix. do not use JNDI for new code avoid Spring LDAP for new code do not use … Continue reading

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LDAP: Retrieve all attributes of an objectClass

Use the following syntax to retrieve all attributes required or allowed by an objectClass definition with the following syntax for requested attributes: @objectClassName. The example below provide examples of how to search for entries where: no attributes are retrieved all … Continue reading

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LDAP: Change Notification Using Persistent Search

The UnboundID Directory Server supports the LDAP change notification mechanism called “persistent search”. A persistent search is a search request that does not complete, but reports changes as they occur based on the parameters specified when the search request is … Continue reading

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LDAP: Last Logon Time and Last Logon IP Address

Using password policies, the UnboundID Directory Server can record the entry’s last logon time and last logon IP address from which a connection authenticated. The password policy has ‘properties’ named: last-login-time-attribute last-login-time-format last-login-ip-address-attribute which specify the name of the attribute … Continue reading

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LDAP: In-Memory Directory Server Using UnboundID LDAP SDK.

The UnboundID LDAP SDK provides clients with the ability to create an in-memory directory server. This type of server allows quick testing of LDAP clients – there is no need to install a server locally. The following example shows code … Continue reading

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LDAP: Operation Purpose Request Control

UnboundID’s Directory Server Suite 3.2 supports a new request control, the Operation Purpose Request Control. The Operation Purpose Request Control includes the following pieces of data: application name application version code location request purpose Applications can use this request control … Continue reading

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