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RE: ldbm and bdb

Hi Joe,

I have had nearly the same problem. It looks like that the apache ldap
always uses the LDAP Protocol Version 2. The openldap-2.0.x understands this
by default. The openldap-2.1.x needs be configured for this. So try to add 
"allow bind_v2" to your slapd.conf file.


Hendrik Harms
TOJAQ Datentechnik GmbH
E-Mail: extern.hendrik.harms@volkwagen.de

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Joe [SMTP:ox_in@gmx.net]
> Sent:	Thursday, February 27, 2003 11:26 AM
> To:	openLDAP
> Subject:	ldbm and bdb
> Hello All,
> I set up apache server with ldap authentication (openldap-2.0.23) which is
> working fine.
> When i tried to install openldap-2.1.12 in another server its not
> authenticating.
> Only difference between this two ldap is i am using ldbm as database in
> 2.0.23 and bdb in 2.1.12.
> I am using crypted password in both the server.
> Is there anything to change in ldap configuration while using bdb database
> other than slapd.conf.
> Regards,
> Joe