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By Daniel House, Tim Hahn, Louis Mauget, Richard Daugherty

ISBN-10: 0201700395

ISBN-13: 9780201700398

EDirectories: firm software program, ideas, and providers explores firm classification software program and the way listing providers could be exploited to enhance the company features of your small business software program. This booklet specializes in how enterprise-class listing enabled software program can be utilized to nice virtue in construction hugely strong, real-world enterprise structures. It presents software program architects and IT managers with a buffet of decisions in construction or incorporating listing enabled firm software program. The book's allure extends to a wide spectrum of programmers and IT employees. there is something the following for everybody. The CD is choked with worthwhile assets, delivering samples of the main universal applied sciences together with LDAP, JNDI, home windows 2000 energetic listing and extra. The CD includes:

The whole booklet.

Example courses. all the pattern courses are contained at the CD and arranged in a chapter/appendix listing tree simply on hand from a root HTML web page.

Complete operating types of the IBM SecureWay LDAP listing Server for Microsoft home windows, and different aiding items.

C LDAP customer software program developer kits (SDKs) for Microsoft home windows, solar Solaris, and IBM AIX.

A multi-platform JNDI patron SDK.

The whole Java Naming and listing Interfaces (JNDI) specification from sunlight Microsystems.

Complete models of precious Redbooks from IBM Engineers. integrated are:

Understanding LDAP, comprises LDAP API details, programming samples, and different heritage, SG24-4986-00.

LDAP Implementation Cookbook, has info on making plans for a listing provider, deploy, configuration, and a few examples, SG24-5110-00.

Ready for e-business: OS/390 defense Server improvements, describes LDAP makes use of on OS/390, SG24-5158-00.

Enterprise JavaBeans improvement utilizing VisualAge for Java, bankruptcy 6 includes info on JNDI, SG24-5429,.

The IBM universal Schema. those are the schema items IBM items use to increase a number of listing servers. This photograph package deal (schemas do swap) is absolutely hyper-linked and able to browse.

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2 Impedance mismatch between the user’s desire (update every second) and the directory service’s configuration (update every minute) 16 PART 1 YOU ARE HERE Functional Characteristics of a Directory Service One characteristic of a directory service is that it must support a level of RASSS that meets its requirements. Here is a brief list of the functional characteristics of a directory service. Holds any type of object, although some are not generally suitable (see What a Directory Is Not, later in this chapter) Can add new types of objects (see Chapter 16, Schema Fundamentals) in a structured way Makes its contents available to users across many different operating systems or applications, possibly in geographically dispersed places, and probably via the Internet as well as corporate intranets Locates and searches its contents in a powerful way It’s a pretty simple list until you add the RASSS requirements and the other general requirements of any enterprise software (that it be administerable, for example); then it becomes a tough nut to crack.

The complete JNDI specification is also contained on your CD (see the home page). Summary We started by looking at the problem of data sharing from a user’s perspective and then from a system perspective. Given what users and systems needed to do, we developed a short list of directory requirements (shared data, a format that all can understand, a protocol for getting information into and out of a server, and an API). ), we could build anything from a database to a transaction processing system to a network operating system.

For example, there’s an LDAP directory server built on top of a relational database on your CD: the IBM SecureWay LDAP Directory Server. A Definition Can’t Be Wrong—by Definition Any definition of directory will almost certainly be wrong over time (it will have deteriorating correctness). It will be wrong in the long run because, as technology evolves and gets even cheaper, it will be possible and desirable to have more of the ACID properties and other features in the directory service. Good, Bad, and Ugly Data We have had a lot of discussion about what a directory is and isn’t.

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