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LDAP Programming with Java by Rob Weltman and Tony Dahbura (2000, Hardcover)

Rob Weltman, Tony Dahbura | ISBN-10: 0201657589 | ISBN-13: 9780201657586
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    In this book, the creators of the Directory SDK for Java show how it can be used to build powerful, standards-based directory applications that leverage LDAP directory information on intranets, the Internet, even in E-commerce applications. Start by reviewing what Directories are, what directory-enabled applications can accomplish, and the key elements of the LDAP directory standard. Next, establish a directory application development environment; learn how the Directory SDK for Java can be used to build LDAP-enabled applications; and walk through retrieving, creating, maintaining, and securing directory information. Along the way, developers will learn how to build LDAP-aware applets; script LDAP with JavaScript and Java; use LDAP on a Web server; create reusable LDAP JavaBeans; optimize the performance of their LDAP-enabled applications; and much more. The CD-ROM includes reference documentation and source code for the Directory SDK for Java, and for all examples and programs in the book; as well as the entire text of the book in fully-searchable format. For all intermediate to advanced Java and network programmers, system, network, and messaging administrators.

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    AuthorRob Weltman, Tony Dahbura
    Number Of Pages720 pages
    Publication Date2000-02-04
    PublisherAddison Wesley Professional

    Additional Details
    Copyright Date2000

    Weight18.7 Oz
    Height1.4 In.
    Width4.8 In.
    Length6.3 In.

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    GroupScholarly & Professional

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    LC Classification NumberQA76.73.J38W47 2000
    Dewey Decimal005.2/762
    Dewey Edition21

    Table Of Content
    Table Of ContentPreface.Acknowledgments.Introduction.1. What Can You Find in a Directory?What Is a Directory?What Is That Phone Number?Directory Clients for an Online Phone Book.Is He Really Who He Says He Is?Working Together.Computers, Printers, Toasters.2. The Lingua Franca of Directories Is LDAP.A Brief History of Electronic Directories.I Heard It through the Grapevine.Directories for the Internet. >Directories for a Single Network: Proprietary Solutions.X.500: The "Heavyweight" Directory Service.From Humble Beginnings.Future Directions for LDAP.The LDAP Information and Naming Models: How Directories Are Organized.The LDAP Information Model.The LDAP Naming Model.LDAP Spoken Here.Many Roads to Rome.Directory SDK for C.Directory SDK for Java.Java Naming and Directory Interface.3. May We Introduce Directory SDK for Java.What Directory SDK for Java Can Do for You: Freedom from Protocol Handling.The Use of Standard Java Objects for Returning and Processing Data: Utility Classes for Handling LDAP-Specific Entities.Full Access to All LDAP Services.Flexible Authentication Models.Write Once, Run Anywhere.Multilayered Functionality.A Platform for Directory-Enabled Applications.What Else Can the SDK Do for Me?Dynamic Organizational Chart.Directory-Linking Tool.Access Control for Existing or New Applications.Installation and Setup of the SDK.Staying Current.Installing the SDK.Conclusion.II. GETTING STARTED. 4. Setting Up Your Own Directory.Downloading and Installing Netscape Directory Server.Before You Download and Install the Software.Downloading Netscape Directory Server.Installing Netscape Directory Server.Setting Up the Sample Database.Using the Command-Line Tools with Your New Directory.Finding Entries with LDAPSearch.Adding Entries to the Directory.Understanding LDIF: How to Describe a Directory Entry.Object Classes: Determining What Information Makes Up an Entry.Choosing a Distinguished Name: Where Do You Want to Add the Entry?Examples of Defining and Adding Entries.Conclusion.5. Searching with the SDK.Our First Search.Host Name.Port.Base DN.Scope.Filter.Attributes.Search Preferences.Our First Search Program.Using Search Filters.Handling Results.Attributes in Detail.I Want Only One Record and I Have the DN.Searching and Comparing.More on Filters.Sorting.Authenticating for Searches.Improving Directory Search Performance.Use Indexed Attributes.Specify an Object Class to Get Only Entries of the Desired Type.Retrieve Only Attributes You Need.Keep the DN Handy.Use compare Where It Makes Sense.Conclusion.6. Creating and Maintaining Information.Before We Can Update: Authentication Basics.Adding an Entry.Summary of Steps to Add a New Entry.Inserting Records from a Data File.Adding an Organizational Unit.Processing Exceptions.Modifying an Existing Entry.Summary of Steps to Modify an Existing Entry.Adding an Attribute.Modifying an Attribute.Removing an Attribute.Updating Multivalued Attributes.Storing Binary Data.Storing Preferences and State.Deleting an Entry.Renaming an Entry: Modifying the RDN.Managing Groups.Adding a User to a Group.Removing a User from a Group.Using the LDAPIsMember Bean.Conclusion.7. Securing the Data.No Standards for Access Control.Setting Up an Access Control List.Viewing Access Control Lists through LDAP.Modifying Access Control Lists through LDAP.Authenticating to the Directory.Using Password-Based Authentication.Communicating over Secure Sockets Layer.Using Certificate-Based Authentication.Using SASL Authentication.Authenticating with SASL in LDAP.Callbacks in SASL.The SASL Framework Classes.Preparing to Use an Existing Mechanism.Your Own SaslClient and ClientFactory.Conclusion.III. GETTING DOWN AND DIRTY. 8. More Power to the Browser: An Applet That Speaks LDAP.What's So Different about an Applet?Certificates and Signed Applets.Writing LDAP Applets for Netscape Navigator.Requesting Connection Privileges.Packaging Your Applet.Generating

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