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Re: http://www.nldap.com/

If you follow the links to the JLDAP documentation from the openldap website there are quite a few example of how to connect to a directory from jldap. The process it's self is pretty straight forward:

LDAPConnection con = new LDAPConnection();

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Marc Boorshtein
Sr. Software Engineer, Octet String
On Jan 14, 2005, at 5:17 PM, John Windberg wrote:

--- Jon Roberts <jon@jonanddeb.net> wrote:

I believe this is the wrong response. From the
OpenLDAP software list

This mailing list is for technical discussions of
use [sic] topics
specific to OpenLDAP Software (as well as JLDAP and

Since JLDAP came from Novell it appears inaccurate
to say this list has
nothing to do with Novell LDAP offerings. However, I
would venture a
better place to send feedback on www.nldap.com
accounts might be the
link labeled "Feedback" at the bottom of it's home
page. AFAIK, the
Novell test LDAP server has nothing to do with

I found that link, but have not gotten a reply. I'm not sure if Novell is supporting or even paying any attention to that site anymore, now that jldap is on its own. My eventual goal is to talk to ldap servers, including windows active directory, from java and it has proven difficult to find one source of inforamation to what seems to be a three part solution, Novell jldap, openldap, and windows active directory.

I'm relatively sure someone has used jldap or
something like it to validate users in active
directory. I'm just trying to find an example.