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how and where can i check that ,my application is using ldap or ldaps?

 
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Hi All,

how and where can i check that ,my application is using ldap or ldaps?

application: Web Application
WL Version :8
Os: HP-UX

thanks in advance.

Thanks,
Rithu
 
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What do you mean using ldap or not? Did you configure ldap for your weblogic or application?
 
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By default weblogic has a embedded LDAP server within . which is listening on the admin server's listen port.

for example if your WL ADMIN server is running on <hostXXX: 7004 > . then its embedded ldap server is available on ldap://hostXXX:7004

but if you enable the SSL port of the admin server (ex : 7008 ) then its available to ldaps//hostXXX:7008 as well.

but for your query : where can i check that ,my application is using ldap or ldaps?

if you have configure any external authentication provider with ldaps then your app is using ldaps . otherwise if it connects to the LDAP server through ldap then it uses ldap.

 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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