Purdue ApacheDS LDAP
Apache Directory Server (also known as ApacheDS) is an embeddable LDAP directory server entirely written in Java. It is certified
LDAPv3 by the Open Group, a vendor and technology-neutral industry consortium.
To obtain access to the ApacheDS LDAP Server, you will first need to fill out a Service Level Agreement (SLA) between your group and the IAMO. Once you have this filled out, forward the hard copy to: IAMO Director / ITAP / ROSS.
More Information about ApacheDS
Several useful pages on ApacheDS can be found on the Apache Software Foundation website.
Purdue's Production ApacheDS Server urls:
Technical Notes on this ServiceFor a technical overview of this service, please click here
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