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Re: How to distinguish LDAP requests?

That's ok, but if i want to create a my standalone daemon, between
clients and effective slapd, listening for ldap's client
requests(for example to make statistics)?Is there a way to distinguish
what kind of operation my daemon
intercepts through socket connection in the daemon itself and without
interact with the LDAP server? Where can i find documentation about
Excuse me for my terrible english. Every answer will be a lot appreciate!
Bye, mimmo

On 4/13/05, Matthew J. Smith <matt.smith@uconn.edu> wrote:
> On Wed, 2005-04-13 at 00:57 +0200, Mimmo Di Ianni 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!
> >
> > Mimmo
> I have been playing with back-perl lately, with success.  I would
> suggest at least prototyping with this, and maybe look to an overlay or
> custom backend if back-perl doesn't perform well enough for you.
> -Matt
> Matthew J. Smith
> University of Connecticut ITS
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