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System Administration Guide: Naming and Directory Services (DNS, NIS, and LDAP)
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Chapter 11

Setting Up Sun Java System Directory Server With LDAP Clients (Tasks)

This chapter describes how to configure Sun Java System Directory Server (formerly Sun ONE Directory Server) to support a network of Solaris LDAP naming services clients. The information is specific to the Sun Java System Directory Server. For information about installing and configuring the directory server, see the Sun Java System Directory Server documentation, that is included with the Sun Java Enterprise System.


Note - You must have already performed all the procedures described in the installation and configuration documentation that shipped with your Sun Java System Directory Server before you can configure Sun Java System Directory Server to work with Solaris LDAP clients.



Note - A directory server (an LDAP server) cannot be its own client.


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