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From "Brian Brooks (US)" <>
Subject RE: How to implement a custom Interceptor
Date Fri, 16 Jun 2017 18:33:39 GMT
Hi Ken,

> But in I can not find the server.xml file addressed in the document 
> []
> Can anybody tell me where the file is?

I've only been using ApacheDS about a month so I'm no expert.  However, like you I've noticed
 lots of references to server.xml in the ApacheDS documentation.  I think what has happened
 server.xml existed in versions of ApacheDS prior to 2.x e.g. 1.5.x and earlier.  T
he file server.xml no longer exists.

Here's Pierre-Arnaud Marcelot and Emmanual Lecharny answering 
the same question back in 2012(!):

> In 2.0 milestone versions the 'server.xml' file has been replaced by a
> 'config.ldif' located in the 'conf' directory.
> Hope this helps,
> Pierre-Arnaud
>> Le 20 juil. 2012 à 23:14, Said Bilgen <> a écrit :
>> I have installed product and trying to investigate but couldnt find where
>> is server.xml. I have one but empty not like the guides explained.

Since ApacheDS 2.x, Apache Directory Studio's Configuration plugin
 replaces editing server.xml:

Apache Directory Studio->LDAP Perspective->Connections view
    ->Right-Click a connection->Open configuration right-click menu entry.

On the specific question of an interceptor, I'm guessing that you 
may have to manually create an LDIF file to add an interceptor under...
In the Apache Directory Studio->LDAP Browser view I see
 lots of interceptors under that context.

Brian Brooks
Sr Software Engineer
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