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From Marc Boorshtein <>
Subject Re: Interest in JXPlorer as a subproject of Directory
Date Mon, 25 Apr 2005 14:13:30 GMT
(Shameless plug)

You may also want to think about the SQL Directory
 I've continued developing it since I left Octet
String and have added a lot of support for different
things (better dsmlv2 support, SPML & relational
db's).  These additional features (plus the fact that
it allows access to multiple servers in a tabbed
environment) will become very usefull once you move
closer to your goal of provising virtual directory
functionality.  Though i'm not really sure about the
need to incorporate a browser into the apacheds

Marc Boorshtein
--- Alex Karasulu <> wrote:
> Hi,
> Before officially approaching the PMC, I wanted to
> see the interest out 
> there for adding JXPlorer to Directory as a
> subproject.  JXPlorer is a 
> fat client LDAP GUI.  It compliments ApacheDS very
> well on the client 
> side.  Here's the URL for the product:
> It is under the ASF 1.1 license and is pretty
> complete and polished.  I 
> am willing to mentor this project if there is
> sufficient user and 
> committer based interest in this project comming to
> the directory 
> project.  It's extremely extensible making it an
> ideal LDAP client admin 
> tool for any domain.
> So if you're interested in seeing JXPlorer become a
> part of directory or 
> not let us know.
> Survey of Interest (NOT A VOTE)
> [X]   Yes I would like to see JXPlorer become part
> of the Apache 
> Directory Project
> [   ]   I don't care either way
> [   ]   No I don't think it should become part of
> the ADP
> I already made my mark.
> Thanks,
> Alex
> P.S.  I am very interested in being able to add
> scripting to JXPlorer or 
> recording to create scripts especially so we can
> perf test and/or test 
> for protocol compliance - I have other personal
> interests as well.

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