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From Chris Betts <ch...@pegacat.com>
Subject Re: Command line java clients
Date Sun, 24 Apr 2005 00:22:48 GMT
(warning: advertisement )

Have you looked at the JXplorer client?  Open source, java, extensible, 
mature yada yada :-).

    http:jxplorer.org / http:sourceforge.net/projects/jxplorer

    - Chris

P.S. It's a GUI app though, so if you need a command line app for 
scripting etc. you'll need to go elsewhere...

On 23/04/2005, at 12:41 AM, Alex Karasulu wrote:

> Danilo,
>
> Inside the client directory try to issue a 'maven jar'.   See if that 
> helps.  Also we're looking for people interested in maintaining the 
> java clients.
>
> Alex
>
> danilo@floripa.com.br wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>>  I am starting to look on Apache Directory now. I have a version from 
>> SNV
>> running with success. I can browse the LDAP tree using a tool like 
>> Softerra
>> LDAP Browser.
>>  But now I want to be able to add, modify users. As I am a java 
>> developer I
>> want to do it with java tools, not OpenLDAP tools.
>>  So this page talk about what I need
>> (http://directory.apache.org/subprojects/ldap/client.html). I can 
>> find the
>> sources of this on the clients/ldap/trunk dir of the current snv 
>> version.
>>  But I can not make it compile right.
>>  If I execute a maven multiproject:install inside the 
>> clients/ldap/trunk
>> directory the process looks fine and a
>> clients/target/directory-clients-parent-.jar file is created but 
>> without
>> classes inside it.
>>  Maybe this is just my mistake in the use o maven.
>>  This is the rigth way of build the command line java clients ? A 
>> pointer to a
>> page explaining this is fine too.
>>
>> Danilo.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>


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