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Re: How to distinguish LDAP requests?

--On Wednesday, April 13, 2005 12:57 AM +0200 Mimmo Di Ianni <mimmodiianni@gmail.com> wrote:

I must implement a daemon which intercepts ldap requests and forwards
them to an effective LDAP Server (in the case of a read operation) or to
other backend (in the case of a write operation). Once the daemon accepts
a socket connection how can I distinguish what type of operation my
client requests? Is it possible without interact with server LDAP?
Every answer will be a lot appreciate!

This question is not specific to OpenLDAP software, but is instead a very general question about LDAP. Please redirect your question to a more appropriate list, see the OpenLDAP FAQ for suggestions.



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