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From Ole Ersoy <ole_er...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: [ApacheDS] It's done 1.0-RC1 has been signed and released
Date Sat, 25 Feb 2006 04:03:40 GMT
OK - Cool.

I'll start kicking the tires and proof the existing
documents.  

If I find any discrepancies, should I just post them
to this list or send them so someone in particular?

Yes I am using the Sun JNDI LDAP provider and thanks
for the configuration tip.

Cheers,
- Ole

--- Alex Karasulu <aok123@bellsouth.net> wrote:

> Ole Ersoy wrote:
> 
> >Hey Guys,
> >
> >Congratulations on the RC1 release.  Can't wait to
> try
> >it out!
> >  
> >
> Thanks!
> 
> >Incidentally, I could not help but notice that we
> >think we need documentation.
> >  
> >
> Heh yes it in high demand ... correct documentation
> too.
> 
> >I'll be glad to throw together some apt files and
> help
> >with this.  Is there a prioritized list of
> documents
> >that we need and is there a "formal" process for
> doing
> >this?
> >  
> >
> That's great ... anything anyone can do is really
> appreciated.  How 
> about just making sure the existing documentation is
> correct and up to 
> date for now.  That will get you familiar with what
> exists and you can 
> just go on from there adding or changing things.  I
> value documentation 
> more than code these days.
> 
> >Also, I tried using JNDI on the 0.9 version, to
> create
> >a subcontext at the root of the directory tree
> using
> >this provider URL:
> >
> >env.put(Context.PROVIDER_URL,
> >"ldap://localhost:389/");
> >
> >When I try this I get a null pointer exception, but
> 
> >if I use this PROVIDER_URL:
> >
> >"ldap://localhost:389/ou=users,ou=system";
> >
> >  
> >
> Sounds like you're using the SUN JNDI LDAP provider
> here.
> 
> >I can create subcontexts.
> >
> >Do I have to use an LDIF file to create root level
> >contexts like "dc=apache, dc=org"?
> >  
> >
> Yep you cannot create root level contexts but you
> can modify them after 
> creation.  These contexts are defined in the
> partition definitions 
> within the server's configuration.  However it seems
> to me like you're 
> using a very very old version of the LDAP server. 
> Please switch to the 
> RC.  I assure you its worth doing so.  0.9 is older
> than Egypt.  Take a 
> look inside the server.xml file ... use one of the
> installers and just 
> cd into the conf directory.  There you'll find it. 
> There should be an 
> example.com partition. 
> 
> Cheers,
> Alex
> 
> 
> 


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