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GlassFish Security by Masoud Kalali

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Introducing OpenDS

In the chapter introduction we saw that a directory server can be used to store hierarchical information with high number of read and small number of write or updates. Samples of these types of information can be company employees or telecom subscribers. You know that the data models for each of the mentioned items differ from each other and so there should be a way to imply some standardization on these data models to introduce some level of interoperability between directory servers. In order to provide some level of interoperability in data model level, some standards define data models for directory servers' data, for example RFC 4512 and RFC 4519.

These standard data models are called Directory Information Tree's (DIT ...

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