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LDAP: Matched Values Request Control

The matched values request control described in RFC 3876 provides LDAP clients with a way to filter values that would be returned in a search request. This capability is very useful when the LDAP client must process entries with large … 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. An in-memory directory server is very useful for coding and performing unit tests – there is no need to install a server such as OpenLDAP … Continue reading

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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: The Subtree Delete Control

The LDAP directory information model prescribes that a directory resembles a upside-down tree-like structure, much like a file-system with a root, branches, and leaves. The root is known as the “suffix”or “naming context”, or “prefix”. Modern, professional-quality directory servers can … Continue reading

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LDAP: The root DSE

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