LDAP Programming with Java(TM) by Rob Weltman, Tony Dahbura

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LDAP Programming with Java(TM) by Rob Weltman, Tony Dahbura
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional; Bk&CD Rom edition (February 2000) | ISBN: 0201657589 | PDF | 2,8 Mb | 720 pages

Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) is now a staple of enterprise and Internet software environments. Those involved in Internet development where Java™ technology is prominent or in Enterprise Information Systems, will need to understand how to use Java technology - and in particular the Directory SDK for Java - to unlock the power of LDAP.
Written by the designer of the Directory SDK for Java and by a leading implementor of directory-based solutions, LDAP Programming with Java™ is the first accurate, concise, and complete guide on how to access LDAP from Java applications. Assuming familiarity with Java programming, the book provides a comprehensive discussion on LDAP, from basic directory concepts through the most advanced techniques. It collects in one convenient resource the many innovative and experienced-based techniques and approaches programmers have discovered to use the Directory SDK to solve LDAP Access challenges.
If you are new to LDAP, you will find helpful background on the role of directories in today's software systems; LDAP methods of storing, accessing, searching, and updating data; and how the Directory SDK for Java helps applications gain access to an LDAP server. Once you have become proficient with the essential concepts and techniques, you can read in depth about authentication, LDAP and JavaScript, working with JavaBeans™ for reusable LDAP components, expressing data relationships in a directory, and other advanced LDAP subjects.
Specific topics covered include:
* The LDAP naming and information models * The command-line tools of the SDK * Authentication with a DN password, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), and Simple Authentication and Security Layer (SASL) * Configuring access control * Writing LDAP applets for a browser * Accessing the SDK from JavaScript * Storing Configuration and preferences in a directory * Encapsulating LDAP functionality in a JavaBean * Using LDAP in Java servlets * LDAP URLs * Multiple threads and multiple connections * Referrals and replicated systems * LDAP controls * Synchronous and asynchronous operations * Performance tips
The book also presents numerous examples, from simple code snippets to complete components and applications.


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