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LDAP is the "Lightweight Directory Access Protocol" and is defined by RFC 2251. Very basically, LDAP is a simpler take on the X.500 directory access protocol. more
First of all, you have to create a javax.mail.Session like you would in accessing other resources such as JDBC connections: InitialContext ctx = new InitialContext(); Session session = (Sessio...more
Check out The JNDI Tutorial. It's also available on the web. For other books that are relevant to JNDI, check out Are ther any books that provide decent JNDI coverage?. more
Yes, check out The JNDI Tutorial online and/or buy a copy of it here. more
You should take a look here first ... http://java.sun.com/products/jndi/tutorial/ldap/index.html And then take a look in the 'examples' diretory of the JNDI download. more
The redistribution terms are discused in the JNDI license.
From the JNDI download page.
Check out the new JNDI features summary.
Check out the JNDI Documentation page.
It depends. Check out JNDI 1.2 Compatibility with JNDI 1.1 page.
JNDI has classes provided by Sun that will help your application interact with an LDAP server. JNDI applications work similarly to JDBC applications....Write an application once and be free to use...more
Distinguished name is a unique name for an entry in the Directory Service. A directory service has entries that are similar to the UNIX file structure. For e.g., in Unix we have /etc /bin /usr/b...more
RFC 2255 defines the basic structure of the LDAP URL. Its basic definition is: "ldap://" [host [":" port] ] ["/" [dn ["?" [attributeList] ["?" [scope] ["?" [filterString] ["?" extensio...more
A naming system associates names with addresses. A phone book is a perfect example of a naming system that associate people's names with phone numbers and addresses. Naming systems are used in c...more
There are no books at this time that cover JNDI exclusively. There are, however, two books that include some coverage of JNDI as well as other Enterprise Java subjects -- they are listed below. ...more