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Re: LDAP & MYSQL is it possible?

tir, 2002-08-13 kl. 21:37 skrev [MICROREDE] Helder Rogerio:

> Is it possible to make OpenLdap work with Mysql instead of Berkeley DB?

No. MySQL is a completely different sort of database. GNU and Berkeley
library support are built into Openldap; MySQL uses Berkeley libraries
itself, so Berkeley support is built into MySQL, too.

This according to the Berkeley docs which you get automatically with the
Berkeley BDB 4.0 backend, if you compile it yourself.

> Has anyone tried it?

Now how would they want to do that? MySQL is a complete SQL database
kit, Openldap is a directory-based database kit. These are two different




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