I am very new to LDAP, and I am wondering if we have any free LDAP server for windows 2000?
Well, I did find one at http://www.fivesight.com/downloads/openldap.asp and installed it on my Win2K system. It also seems to be running. This version is claimed to be a Windows version of what we have at http://www.openldap.org/ .
fivesight.com does not seem to have a doc for this version. So I follow the doc of openldap, only to find that the syntax does match.
And when I finally figured out how to use it, I got this error when I was trying to do slapadd:
C:\openldap>slapadd -v -c -d 1 -f c:\openldap\slapd.conf -b "dc=example" -l example.ldif
slapadd init: initiated tool.
slapadd: slap_init no backend for "dc=example"
What does it mean to say "no backend for blah blah"? Does it mean the database for this LDAP server is not available? I am not sure about this, because I just installed the binary version from fivesight.com.