Re: [ldapext] Server implementations of LDAP transactions?

Neil Wilson <neil.wilson@unboundid.com> Mon, 22 September 2014 15:02 UTC

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Subject: Re: [ldapext] Server implementations of LDAP transactions?
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On Sep 22, 2014 6:08 AM, "Michael Ströder" <michael@stroeder.com> wrote:
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> HI!
>
> Which LDAP servers have support LDAP transactions as defined in RFC 5805?
> Is it used with any particular use-cases?
>
> Ciao, Michael.

The UnboundID Directory Server has full support for LDAP transactions as
described in RFC 5805.  These transactions are also supported through the
UnboundID Directory Proxy Server in configurations in which all backend
servers have identical sets of data, as well as support for transactions in
certain entry-balanced configurations (where the data may be split up into
multiple non-identical sets.

In addition, the UnboundID LDAP SDK for Java includes a simple in-memory
directory server that is primarily intended for application development and
testing purposes rather than any kind of production use.  This in-memory
directory server also provides full support for LDAP transactions.

Neil Wilson