June 16, 2005
LDAP Controls via Java and JNDI
Anonymous Reader writes "Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) provides access to different kinds of naming and directory services. It offers a common interface to connect to several naming services, including RMI , CORBA, DNS, LDAP servers, file systems and even the Windows registry. This article demonstrates how Java/JNDI can be used with an LDAP Booster Pack, standard components (J2SE 5.0), as well as custom application development methods."