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Re: LDAP & MYSQL is it possible?
Wednesday, August 14, 2002, 12:34:20 AM, you wrote:
>> Is it possible to make OpenLdap work with Mysql instead of Berkeley DB?
TE> No. MySQL is a completely different sort of database. GNU and Berkeley
TE> library support are built into Openldap; MySQL uses Berkeley libraries
TE> itself, so Berkeley support is built into MySQL, too.
Negative, sir ;-) The answer is *YES* by means of MySQL or BDB are
just BACK-END's for OpenLDAP, and RFC2251 LDAPv3 is a FRONT-END for
MySQL backend by itself can use BDB for it's storage, OpenLDAP would
never know about it. I prefer to not use back-sql.
Check out servers/slapd/back-sql/docs/* for more info.