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Re: Customizing ldap browsing interface

I do not believe it is possible to replace that behavior.  That page is
built from the browser itself from the LDAP result.

-----Original Message-----
From: Colin Stefani <cstefani@pinnaclestudios.com>
To: Openldap-Software <openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org>
Date: Wednesday, May 26, 1999 10:46 AM
Subject: Customizing ldap browsing interface

>I'm sure on how to best ask this question, but here goes...
>I am using OpenLDAP 1.2, on a Linux server, and all of my clients are using
>Netscape 4.51 to access the LDAP server and use it as a central address
>for our company.
>My question is this...A user searches the directory in the Netscape Address
>book, they can then double-click on a name that came back in the results
>area and it will launch a browser window and take them to a html-esque view
>of the entry with greater detail (I'm not sure what you'd call this, but
>URL is ldap://blablah.com/etc etc). What I want to do is customize that
>so that it's a little prettier and includes some graphics, etc. Any idea on
>how to do this. I looked for while and didn't turn up any clear
>documentation on this.
>Colin Stefani
>Pinnacle Studios
>Seattle, WA
>"WARNING: Fatal User Error"