Abstract: LDAP is a standard Internet protocol for directory services, that is related to the X.500 standard. This book describes the protocol, its programming API, how to program LDAP-enabled applications, and administer an LDAP directory.
Keywords: book review, internet, database, programming, LDAP, Lightweight Directory Access Protocol, X.500, computer network protocols.
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Title: LDAP: Programming Directory-Enabled Applications With Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
Author: Tim Howes, Mark Smith
Publisher: Macmillan Technical Publishing
Date Published: February 1997
ISBN: 1578700000
LOCN: TK5105.55.H69 1997
Pages: 462
Figures: 10
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Author:        Howes, Tim.
Title:         LDAP : programming directory-enabled applications
                  with lightweight directory access protocol / Tim Howes, Mark
Published:     Indianapolis, IN. : Macmillan Technical
                  Publishing, c1997.
Description:   xv, 462 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series:        Macmillan technology series
LC Call No.:   TK5105.55.H69 1997
ISBN:          1578700000
Notes:         Includes bibliographical references (p. 438) and
Subjects:      Computer network protocols.
               Computer programming.
Other authors: Smith, Mark.
Control No.:   96078510 


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