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Re: Storing X509 certificates in LDAP?
So, it's basically the same as relational database?
Simply send the encoded binary into LDAP?
--- Dieter Kluenter <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Am Mon, 2003-04-07 um 06.46 schrieb Mark Liu:
> > I am working on a CA project, and I understand
> that we
> > simply encode an X509 cert if we just wanna send
> it to
> > a relational database, such as MySQL, right?
> > But is it more often that X509 certificates are
> > in LDAP server?
> > I have built the latest OpenLDAP on my Sun work
> > station running Solaris. I am wondering how we
> > store an X509 user certificate in an LDAP server.
> A X.509 certificate is a base64 encoded attribute
> value. Attributes and
> objectclasses are in core.schema, but read the
> comments on binary.
> Dieter Kluenter | Systemberatung
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