(Answer) (Category) OpenLDAP Faq-O-Matic : (Category) General LDAP FAQ : (Category) LDAP Applications : (Category) HTTP-to-LDAP gateways : (Answer) larch
larch (http://sourceforge.net/projects/larch) is a web-based LDAP browser. It allows you to:
 - browse/search the directory
 - delete an object or a subtree
 - add/modify attributes
 - copy an object or a subtree to another server

Additional features:

 - larch is based on OpenLDAP command-line utilities (ldapsearch/ldapmodify etc).
 - executed command (OpenLDAP) is displayed along with the result

larch is implemented as a perl CGI script. It runs on linux, Solaris and other unix-compatible systems. Users can learn how to use OpenLDAP command line utilities with this tool.

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