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From Felix Knecht <fel...@apache.org>
Subject Re: What should we do with apacheds-server-tools ?
Date Fri, 04 Jun 2010 15:17:07 GMT
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> It all depends on which command we are talking about here. On any linux
> box, you have many tools like ldapadd or ldapsearch existing. No need to
> rewite those guys (just because starting a command which spawns a JVM is
> too freaking slow).

Aren't those tools mainly part of an OpenLDAP installation? Why should I
use ApacheDS if I need to install OpenLDAP anyway?

> But when it comes to those admin commands, then yes, we should offer a
> non GUI tool for the admin.

Yep.

> One good thing about having this as a side project : it's less
> intimidating for someone who want to become a committer to start by
> playing around such a piece of code, as it won't break the main server.

+1

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