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Jldap or JNDI

Hi there,

(sorry for spamming, but I figured that every question should have it's
own thread)

I'm currently using a webappliation to edit some data in an OpenLDAP
directory. I'm doing this via standard JNDI. I'm trying to integrate our
eDirectory as well. Till now, I used the Jldap libraries. I just realized
that I can use JNDI for the edirectory as well. Which one is preferred?
Are there any disadvantages for using the one over the other? Can I use
them next to each other?

Thanks!
Arnuschky

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Jldap or JNDI

If you are comfortable with JNDI use it and it will be same as going
against OpenLDAP. -jim


Arnuschky wrote:
> Hi there,
>
> (sorry for spamming, but I figured that every question should have it's
> own thread)
>
> I'm currently using a webappliation to edit some data in an OpenLDAP
> directory. I'm doing this via standard JNDI. I'm trying to integrate our
> eDirectory as well. Till now, I used the Jldap libraries. I just
> realized that I can use JNDI for the edirectory as well. Which one is
> preferred? Are there any disadvantages for using the one over the other?
> Can I use them next to each other?
>
> Thanks!
> Arnuschky
>

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