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eDirectories: Enterprise Software, Solutions, and Services explores enterprise class software and how directory services can be exploited to improve the enterprise characteristics of your business software. This book focuses on how enterprise-class directory enabled software can be used to great advantage in building highly robust, real-world business systems. It provides software architects and IT managers with a buffet of choices in building or incorporating directory enabled enterprise software. The book's appeal extends to a broad spectrum of programmers and IT staff. There's something here for everyone. The CD is packed with valuable resources, providing samples of the most widely used technologies including LDAP, JNDI, Windows 2000 Active Directory and more. The CD contains: The entire book. Example programs. All of the sample programs are contained on the CD and organized in a chapter/appendix directory tree easily reachable from a root HTML page. Complete working versions of the IBM SecureWay LDAP Directory Server for Microsoft Windows, and other supporting products. C LDAP client software developer kits (SDKs) for Microsoft Windows, Sun Solaris, and IBM AIX. A multi-platform JNDI client SDK. The complete Java Naming and Directory Interfaces (JNDI) specification from Sun Microsystems. Complete versions of useful Redbooks from IBM Engineers. Included are: Understanding LDAP, contains LDAP API information, programming samples, and other background, SG24-4986-00. LDAP Implementation Cookbook, has information on planning for a directory service, installation, configuration, and some examples, SG24-5110-00. Ready for e-business: OS/390 Security Server Enhancements, describes LDAP uses on OS/390, SG24-5158-00. Enterprise JavaBeans Development Using VisualAge for Java, Chapter 6 contains information on JNDI, SG24-5429,. The IBM Common Schema. These are the schema objects IBM products use to extend multiple directory servers. This snapshot package (schemas do change) is fully hyper-linked and ready to browse.
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Daniel House (born August 8, 1961) is a business owner/entrepreneur and musician best known for his contribution to the Seattle “grunge” music movement of the 1980s and ‘90s.
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