OpenLDAP is a free, open source implementation of the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) developed by the OpenLDAP Project. It is released under its own BSD-style license called the OpenLDAP Public License.(from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OpenLDAP)

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Having problem with adding more than one DIT [on hold]

I have an openldap server up and running on ubuntu 14.10 and I have managed to successfully add a DIT into it using following ldif : dn: olcDatabase=hdb,cn=config objectClass: olcDatabaseConfig ...
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Please Help: LDAP authentication set-up over PostgreSQL

I received LDAP details and linux user details from my client. He asked me to set the LDAP over PostgreSQL. when i did so i am getting error: "invalid authentication method "ldap": not supported by ...
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What is LDAP JDBC url with username and password to connect using DriverManger.getConnection

I want to connect to LDAP server using JDBC with username and password using DriverManager.getConnection method. I have all the credentials using which I am able to connect to LDAP from Sql * Plus. ...
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Percona MySQL LDAP authentication fails through .NETmysql connector

Basically MySQL uses its native authentication, where the username and passwords are stored in mysql.user table. MySQL authenticates user against the credentials stored in mysql.user table. Our ...
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LDAP with flat structure vs full tree

Suppose I wanted to store a person's details into an LDAP directory, consisting of a name, picture and additional information. Would the layout of my LDAP tree make any difference to the query speed? ...
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acl to allow nested groups in owner attribute

I'm trying to create an ACL entry to allow users specified in the owner attribute of a group to manage the group, and also allow groups, including nested groups to be specified as owners. I've got ...
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Dates in openldap acl rules

Is it possible to use dates in OpenLDAP's ACL entries? I'm looking to do something like to * by this/termDate < NOW none by * break