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Re: (ITS#5448) CONTRIB: Java slapd

hyc@OpenLDAP.org wrote:

> Given the increasing popularity of Java, I decided it was time that the
> OpenLDAP Project had its own Java implementation of an LDAP server. It
> gave me a good opportunity to explore all of the benefits of rapid
> development, introspection, and other advantages of the Java system.
> Indeed, drawing on my experience with the existing OpenLDAP code base,
> it took only a matter of hours to create my first working server, which
> I present here. Of course it's still experimental in nature.
> Invocation is similar to the regular C-based slapd, and it accepts all
> of the same arguments and reads all of the same config settings. In
> addition, the first commandline argument must be the name of the directory
> where slapd resides, so that the java app can locate the config files,
> schema, etc.
> E.g. for a typical OpenLDAP installation in /usr/local you would run
>         java jslapd /usr/local/libexec -h ldap://:389
> A small shell script has been provided to simplify this invocation.


many thanks for the contribution.  I haven't stressed it yet 
intensively, but at a first glance it seems to be as performing as the 
latest 2.4.  Will this be released in 2.4, or do we need to wait until 
2.5 (what about making it 3.0?).


Ing. Pierangelo Masarati
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