[Twisted-Python] LDAP server based on python
pm-twisted-python at anapol.cz
Wed Jan 23 05:56:59 EST 2008
why not just use OpenLDAP's slapd-sql backend, until Ldaptor will "rise
to World Domination some day" ;) ? That backend was designed
specifically to solve the cases you describe, i think. As i've some
rather good experience with Ldaptor's client part, i've never used the
(unfinished) server parts though. But i haven't used the slapd-sql
backend either ;) .
xavier dutoit napsal(a):
> My goal is to be able to access contacts that are into a (open source)
> CRM from any LDAP compatible client (mostly email clients that can
> access an LDAP server as a shared contact database).
> This is a fairly simple LDAP server, mostly implementing search on
> emails and get contacts back (+a very simple ACL).
> I read a post from Tommi Virtanen a (few) years ago
> And found more information on :
> I've svn checkouted ldaptor, and did find ldaptor/protocols/ldap/ldapserver.py
> However, I'm kind of lost now and didn't find any examples (or
> discussion), and was wondering about the status of the ldap server. If
> this is still active, could you tell me where to find more info and
> hopefully some examples ?
> I saw this thread:
> about "ldaptor and bind"
> If I read properly, the ldap server is something for testing, but not
> production ready (eg no security/acl implemented by default). Am I
> right ? Did Ottavio Campana manage to have something working and did
> he publish the result of his modifications ?
> In short, is there a simple example of a server with a sql backend,
> that implement searches ?
> thanks in advance,
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