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Understanding LDAP - Design and Implementation by IBM Redbooks, Chunhui Yang, Michael Storrs, Sunil Ranahandola, Nathan Owen, Richard Macbeth, Jay Leiserson, Ramakrishna Gorthi, Ami Ehlenberger, Steven Tuttle

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Developing JNDI-based applications
Java applications, whether running as a stand-alone application, a servlet, or another form, can also utilize information stored in an LDAP-accessible directory. The industry-standard Java interface for connecting and interfacing with directories is called the Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI). JNDI is a Java Standard Extension. With JNDI, developers can connect seamlessly to multiple naming and directory services. They can build powerful and portable directory-enabled Java applications by using this ...

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