This week's book giveaway is in the Other Languages forum. We're giving away four copies of Functional Reactive Programming and have Stephen Blackheath and Anthony Jones on-line! See this thread for details.
"LDAP Programming, Management and Integration" - Release Announcement - Manning
posted 13 years ago
======================= MANNING PRESS RELEASE ======================= Manning Publications announces the release of: LDAP Programming, Management and Integration by Clayton Donley
Greenwich, CT December 2002 - Manning Publications has released LDAP Programming, Management and Integration by LDAP authority, Clayton Donley. The book covers concisely the LDAP standard and how to work with it in Java and Perl. It gives readers the code and practical advice for migrating and integrating data into an LDAP environment. It also explains how to increase an application's security using identity and profile information from LDAP repositories. What's Inside -- - Migrating to standards-based directories - Directory synchronization - Authenticating and authorizing users - Security with digital certificates - How to work with XML's DSML v1 and v2 - Accessing directories with Perl - How JNDI enables adding security, personalization and white pages - Covers LDAPv3 Clayton Donley has been an active participant on directory standards bodies for years. His LDAP knowledge is broad and deep and he uses it to create practical code examples and clearly explain the LDAP practiced "in the trenches." He lives in the Chicago, Illinois, area. LDAP Programming, Management and Integration is written for network and system administrators as well as application developers. Visitors to the publisher's website can access Author Online, a private forum where they can post technical questions to the author. Also available online are sample chapters and other content of the book at www.manning.com/donley. LDAP Programming, Management and Integration by Clayton Donley ISBN 1930110-405 Softbound, 664 pages, $42.95 Ebook, PDF 2.5 MB, $21.47 www.manning.com/donley [ January 02, 2003: Message edited by: Cindy Glass ]
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