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Practical Spring LDAP

Enterprise Java LDAP Development Made Easy

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxxix
  2. Balaji Varanasi
    Pages 1-14
  3. Balaji Varanasi
    Pages 15-26
  4. Balaji Varanasi
    Pages 27-58
  5. Balaji Varanasi
    Pages 59-76
  6. Balaji Varanasi
    Pages 77-92
  7. Balaji Varanasi
    Pages 93-110
  8. Balaji Varanasi
    Pages 111-130
  9. Balaji Varanasi
    Pages 131-154
  10. Balaji Varanasi
    Pages 155-172
  11. Balaji Varanasi
    Pages 173-188
  12. Back Matter
    Pages 1165-1187

About this book


Practical Spring LDAP is your guide to developing Java-based enterprise applications using the Spring LDAP Framework. This book explains the purpose and fundamental concepts of LDAP before giving a comprehensive tour of the latest version, Spring LDAP 1.3.2. It provides a detailed treatment of LDAP controls and the new features of Spring LDAP 1.3.2 such as Object Directory Mapping and LDIF parsing.

LDAP has become the de-facto standard for storing and accessing information in enterprises. Despite its widespread adoption, developers often struggle when it comes to using this technology effectively. The traditional JNDI approach has proven to be painful and has resulted in complex, less modular applications. The Spring LDAP Framework provides an ideal alternative.

About the authors

Balaji Varanasi is a software development manager and technology entrepreneur. He has over 13 years of experience architecting and developing Java/.Net applications and, more recently, iPhone apps. During this period he has worked in the areas of security, web accessibility, search, and enterprise portals. He has a Master s Degree in Computer Science and serves as adjunct faculty, teaching programming and information system courses. When not programming, he enjoys spending time with his lovely wife in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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