Yes, that was what I am looking for.
It's outdated, ok. But better than nothing.
in the Umich Documentation is written
that all backend calls contain as first three parameters: Backend, Connection,
Operation. I have seen that the OpenLDAP versions contain only the Operation
as parameter. Where do the Connection and Backend come from ?
I have seen that the foo_back_initialize()
routine in the init,c file get the BackendInfo as parameter and initialises
the single calls with the corresponding perl backend routines, but the
search, add, delete, ... do not.
Just that I am working on the subject,
what about reviving the "Writing a slapd backend chapter" ?
Re: Success Story: Perl Backend
> In order to understand better the Perl backend I'm beginning to delve
> more into the details of OpenLDAP backends.
> I've read an interesting thread on the Devel List Archive. The
> statement was that there's out a slapd documentation on how to write
Can you lookup the message? The only doc I remember about backend
writing was in the UMich ldap Admin Guide, and it's a bit outdated now
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