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The Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) is an application programming interface (API) for accessing different kinds of naming and directory services. JNDI is not specific to a particular n...more
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First, in the jar file of your applet you will need followin classes included: Classes from the jar with the client portion of your specific jndi provider classes Classes from the the jar conta...more
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What's the difference between JNDI lookup(), list(), listBindings(), and search()?
How can I retrieve the results of a LDAP search in pages and also define number of entries on each page?
Set the Context.BATCHSIZE property before you create the context: // Set the batch size to 25... env.put ("java.naming.batchsize", "25"); DirContext dc = new InitialDirContex...more
As for now there is no sevice provider for NIS+ but there is JNDI sevice provider for NIS that is -- com.sun.jndi.nis.nisctyfactory.
The answer to your question will depend upon what you're trying to do. If you're looking for a LDAP server with a SQL server, then you should probably check out Oracle's OID system which is Oracle...more
Are there any JNDI service providers which support Micrsoft's Windows security/authentication services?
Microsoft's sytsems can be broken down into 5 discrete areas: Messaging -- Exchange has a quite capable LDAP interface NT Domains -- There's no way to get access to NT domains from JNDI currently...more
You can't, unless the password is stored in cleartext in the directory (which would be a bad idea). The passwords are encrypted using a strong 1-way hash function such as MD5 or SHA1 (SHA1 being t...more