While LDAP get significant traction as an efficient way to access data stored in a directory server for its standardize schema and access method, it make sense in some specific deployments to use LDAP as an access method to data stored and managed in a MySQL database.
In this BoF we will exchange on two ways to accomplish this goal. For each one we will discuss typical deployment scenario, expected benefits and usage limitations:
Now, get the most out of two leading solutions: MySQL and Sun Directory Server / OpenDS.
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