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Re: Bind with attribute + RDN instead of DN
Well, while browsing for solution I realized that I was misinterpreting RDN, so basically what I want is any third party application to authenticate against my ldap using attributes other then DN, I guess its the job of application to do a search for DN and then do a bind, am I correct? Does anyone experienced similar problem while integrating with third party applications like Nagios/ Forum/ Confluence softwares? As I said earlier my DN contains uid field instead of any modifiable attribute, however end users won't know the DN they would only know email/ cn. Is it safe to assume that usually third party applications have lookup and bind option so they can search for DN and then do the bind? Or I am going into wrong direction.
On Sun, Sep 11, 2011 at 9:46 PM, sim123 <Sim3159@gmail.com>
On Fri, Sep 9, 2011 at 11:57 AM, sim123 <Sim3159@gmail.com>
I want third party applications to authenticate against my ldap using any attribute (specially mail & password) is it possible to do a bind using any attribute with/without RDN rather then DN? For example my LDAP user looks like this :
I can bind to ldap if I use DN & password but I can not bind to ldap if I use any attribute like
Would greatly appreciate any help.
I was wondering if someone can help me with this issue?
Thanks for the help and support.
I don't know much about SASL bind but would that help solving this issue rather then simple bind? I would greatly appreciate any help on this issue.
Thanks for the help an support.