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From "Alex Karasulu" <akaras...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [ApacheDS] JLDAP Libraries
Date Thu, 29 Mar 2007 05:56:51 GMT
Tim,

Embarrassingly I must admit that I never tried the JLDAP stuff.  I have used
the netscape API and that worked nicely and prefer it over JNDI but I have
never tried it with LDAPS.

You're right about JNDI in that it just works tho that's why we deal with
it.

Alex


On 3/28/07, Tim Quinn <jpyobjcdude@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Good evening,
>
> I was wondering is anybody with an opinion on the JLDAP (
> http://www.openldap.org/jldap/) libraries for accessing and doing basic
> operations LDAP in java business logic.
>
> - Are there any advantages to using those libraries?
> - Are there any dangers of using them?
> -- eg. Saturation of knowledge that should be focussed on
> java.naming.*foundations.
> - Are there advantages with older JVMs (eg. 1.3)
>
> I've used them in the past but had problems with LDAPS and find that using
> java.naming.InitialDirContext just works without any problems with LDAPS.
>
> Your thoughts are greatly appreciated :^)
>
> -TQ
>
> BTW - I have to write some 1.3n LDAP logic over the next few days (not for
> ApacheDS) and don't have to worry about LDAPS (right away).
>

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