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Subject [Apache Directory Project Wiki] Updated: EveGeneral
Date Sun, 05 Dec 2004 22:01:37 GMT
   Date: 2004-12-05T14:01:37
   Editor: AlexKarasulu <akarasulu@apache.org>
   Wiki: Apache Directory Project Wiki
   Page: EveGeneral
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/directory/EveGeneral

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Change Log:

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@@ -15,15 +15,8 @@
 
 Requirements for Setting Admin (super-user) Password:
  * minimize setup overhead in general
- * config-less operation even without providing a password should be possible for those 
-   that just want to use eve as an LDAP backing store; in this case they effectively are

-   the super user and need to get around authorization issues to have free reign
+ * config-less operation even without providing a password should be possible for those that
just want to use eve as an LDAP backing store; in this case they effectively are the super
user and need to get around authorization issues to have free reign
 
 Notes:
- * According to LDAP JNDI provider implementation guidelines, "if this property 
-   [java.naming.security.authentication] is not set then its default value is none, unless

-   the java.naming.security.credentials property is set, in which case the default value
is 
-   simple."  So this means config-less operation presumes anonymous binds and we must conform
-   to these guidelines.
- * Most LDAP browsers do not allow simple binds using null or empty passwds.  This makes

-   using a null password a poor choice for the super user.
+ * According to LDAP JNDI provider implementation guidelines, "if this property [java.naming.security.authentication]
is not set then its default value is none, unless the java.naming.security.credentials property
is set, in which case the default value is simple."  So this means config-less operation presumes
anonymous binds and we must conform    to these guidelines.
+ * Most LDAP browsers do not allow simple binds using null or empty passwds.  This makes
using a null password a poor choice for the super user.

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