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LDAP Integration with Domino

 
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Hello,
I got serious problems to bind an user with our Domino ldap.
I�ve read the documentations about jforum with ldap, but I have no idea, how i can bind the password for our ldap user who are allowed to search our directory. Still there are some other things, like where will i implement this:

net.jforum.sso.LoginAuthenticator ( ref to http://www.jforum.net/doc/Authenticators)

Documentation reads, that i have to implement this, but says nothing about the location.

Is there anyone who got a working ldap with jforum? I would be very appreciate if that guy can post his configuration as example.
Thanks :-)
[originally posted on jforum.net by Yukiru]
 
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hm, I don't know much about each particular implementation, even my personal knowledge of ldap is quit limited. For JForum3 we may go with an third party framework for that, as maintaining our own code for that is very hard.

As of custom ldap authenticators, you basically have to change the configuration property "authentication.type" to "sso" and specify your own class for ldap in the key "login.authenticator", in case you don't want to use JForum's LDAPAuthenticator, for any reason.

Rafael
[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
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