A simple example may be found in the
(object and state factories for Person
An even more interesting one is the
group functionality of the LDAP booster pack, which is implemented with
JNDI state/object factories
cite: The Booster Pack contains support
for both static and dynamic groups by representing them as group objects
that can be read and stored in the directory.
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Re: Client library (I like JNDI factories)
Very interesting. The factory concept in JNDI
is nice (I would like
to do the something similar with JLDAP). I'm not quite sure how that
helps with things like mapping between POJOs. Could you give an
On 8/3/05, Stefan Zoerner <SZOERNER@de.ibm.com> wrote:
> Hi all!
> There is at least one feature within JNDI which I like: The factory
> (object.-, state-, cantrol factories).
> It allows us to implement cross cutting concerns like mapping between
> and directory entries within on module, so the conversion is under
> (i.e. you make a JNDI search call and get your domain objects). And
> quite simple to create vendor/schema specific behaviour and make it
> customizable (even during runtime). Same is true for creation of response
> controls for special LDAP controls.
> Of course it is possible to create such a framewotk yourself, but
> it is already there (within the JDK).
> But yes, I also prefer "explicit" libraries like Novell/Netscape,
> LDIF functionality.
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