Friday Jul 18, 2008

DSEE Product Blog Changing Locations

Hi everyone,  we are making some changes in the blogs for Directory Server as we will be including information regarding our up coming Sun OpenDS product line as well in this blog and with that we need to move away from the DSEE name in the URL.   We have created a new blog called Sun Directory Services which will encompass both our Directory Server Enterprise Edition product line as well as the Sun OpenDS product line.  This way you will have one place to get product related information on both products instead of having to monitor multiple blogs.

Over the next couple of days we will move all blog entries from this blog  over to the new blog and then will put a redirect on this blog to the new one.  If you are tracking this blog with an RSS reader please update your links to track the new blog at http://blogs.sun.com/directoryservices/feed/entries/atom.

Thank You

Sun Directory Product Management

Monday Jun 23, 2008

DSEE 6.3 Windows Native Package Patch Released

We have just released the windows native (MSI) patch for Directory Server Enterprise Edition (DSEE) 6.3.  This patch was originally delayed due to some issues concerning the patching process on Windows. These have now been resolved and you can download the patch from here: http://sunsolve.sun.com/search/document.do?assetkey=1-21-125311-07-1

This patch is only for installations of DSEE that were installed on Windows 2000 or 2003 using the Jave Enterprise System installer.  If you do not have DSEE 6.3 already installed on this system you will need to download the DSEE 6.0 full release for Windows and then apply this patch after you have installed it.  You can download the full DSEEE 6.0 Windows Native MSI installation bundle from the following location:  Directory Server EE 6.0 - java_es-5-identsuite-ga-windows-x86.zip - Part of Identity Management Suite, Multi-language (DS/DPS/Console)

NOTE: This download is actually part of the Sun Identity Suite.  When you download this you can then run the installer and select to install only the Directory Server Enterprise Edition components.  

Another option if you do not have DSEE already installed is to download the 'Compressed Archive" version of the software for Windows which does not use the MSI installer model and requires an App Server (either Tomcat or Sun Java App Server) to run the management console.  You can download this version of the product from: Directory Server EE 6.3 - Zip Distribution, Multi Language, (DS/DPS/DE/ISW/DSRK). This a full installation of DSEE 6.3 so there is no need to install DSEE 6.0 first. 

To understand the difference between the Native Package distribution and the Compressed Archive distribution see the documentation at: http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/820-2763/install-distributions?a=view

Directory Services Product Management

Monday Jun 16, 2008

System Virtualization Support for Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.x

This document summarizes Sun support for Sun Java System products when used in conjunction with system virtualization products and features. 

http://docs.sun.com/source/820-4651/index.html

Directory Server Enterprise Edition is part of the Sun Java Identity Management Suite. Both the Native Package installation and Compress Archive installation versions of Directory Server Enterprise Edition are covered by this statement.

These statements are only valid for Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.1 and above.


Wednesday Jun 11, 2008

Get Into the Game at Catalyst

Join us at the Sun Hospitality Suite

Event: Burton Catalyst Conference
Date: Thursday, June 26, 6:00-9:30pm
Location: Manchester Grand Hyatt

See demos of Sun's identity management, business integration, and virtualization software
Hit the concessions
Throw the old pigskin
Suit up for your cover shot
Get a behind-the-scenes look with Sun software experts and customers, including:

Wednesday, June 25

The Care and Feeding of Online Relationships (11:25 a.m.) and
Identity and Society Roundtable Discussion (12:05 p.m.)
Featuring Eve Maler, Sun Principal Engineer

Thursday, June 26 at 4:10 p.m.
Role Management and Provisioning: Co-existence or Convergence?
Roundtable discussion
Featuring Nick Crown, Sun Director of Risk and Compliance

Friday, June 27 at 11:15 a.m.
Identity Services Roundtable: Customer Perspectives
Roundtable discussion
Featuring Sun customers Scotiabank and GM

Be our guest at the Sun Hospitality Suite. Consider it our skybox, where you can mingle with colleagues and key players from Sun. To get a complimentary pass, just register and use promo code "sunaaiui".
Register Now

Monday Apr 28, 2008

Security Vulnerability in Sun Java System Directory Proxy Server 6.2

Please see original security alert notification at http://sunsolve.sun.com/search/document.do?assetkey=1-66-235381-1

 

Document Audience:

PUBLIC
Document ID:235381
Title:Security Vulnerability in Sun Java System Directory Proxy Server May Grant Unauthorized Administrative Access
Copyright Notice:Copyright © 2008 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Update Date:Fri Apr 25 00:00:00 MDT 2008

Solution Type Sun Alert

Solution  235381 :   Security Vulnerability in Sun Java System Directory Proxy Server May Grant Unauthorized Administrative Access  


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Bug ID
6666615

Product
Sun Java System Directory Server 6.0, 6.1, 6.2, Enterprise Edition

Date of Resolved Release
25-Apr-2008

SA Document Body
Security Vulnerability in Sun Java System Directory Proxy Server 
May Grant Unauthorized Administrative Access

1. Impact

A security vulnerability in the Sun Java System Directory Proxy Server may allow a remote unprivileged user to gain unauthorized administrative access to the server. This is caused by the server incorrectly classifying a connection based on the "bind-dn" criteria, resulting in an incorrect policy being applied.

2. Contributing Factors

This issue can occur in the following releases for all platforms (Solaris 8, 9, and 10 SPARC and x86 Platforms, Linux, Windows, and HP-UX):
  • Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.0, 6.1 and 6.2
Note: Directory Proxy Server 5.2 is not impacted by this issue.


To determine if the Directory Server running on a system is affected, the following command can be used:

$ dpadm -V

If the output contains the version string 6.0, 6.1 or 6.2, the system is affected by this issue.

3. Symptoms

There are no predictable symptoms that would indicate this issue has been exploited.

4. Workaround

There is no workaround for this issue. Please see the Resolution section below.

5. Resolution

This issue is addressed in the following releases:

DSEE 6.3 Native Package Versions:
  • Solaris 9 and 10 SPARC patch 125276-07 or later
  • Solaris 9 x86 patch 125277-07 or later   
  • Solaris 10 x86 and x64 patch 125278-07 or later
  • Linux patch 125309-07 or later
DSEE 6.3 PatchZIP (Compressed Archive) versions:
  • Solaris 9 and 10 SPARC patch 126748-04 or later
  • Solaris 9 x86 patch 126749-04 or later
  • Solaris 10 x86 and x64 patch 126750-04 or later
  • Linux patch 126751-04 or later
  • Windows patch 126753-04 or later
  • HP-UX patch 126752-04 or later
Note: The above patches can be installed on any impacted release to upgrade it to version 6.3, thereby resolving this issue.

For more information on the upgrade process please see the following:

Directory Server 6.3 Release Notes are available at:


and the Directory Server 6.3 Installation Guide is available at:


For more information on Security Sun Alerts, see Technical Instruction ID 213557.

This Sun Alert notification is being provided to you on an "AS IS" basis. This Sun Alert notification may contain information provided by third parties. The issues described in this Sun Alert notification may or may not impact your system(s). Sun makes no representations, warranties, or guarantees as to the information contained herein. ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR NON-INFRINGEMENT, ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED. BY ACCESSING THIS DOCUMENT YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT SUN SHALL IN NO EVENT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, PUNITIVE, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES THAT ARISE OUT OF YOUR USE OR FAILURE TO USE THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN. This Sun Alert notification contains Sun proprietary and confidential information. It is being provided to you pursuant to the provisions of your agreement to purchase services from Sun, or, if you do not have such an agreement, the Sun.com Terms of Use. This Sun Alert notification may only be used for the purposes contemplated by these agreements.

Copyright 2000-2008 Sun Microsystems, Inc., 4150 Network Circle, Santa Clara, CA 95054 U.S.A. All rights reserved.


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Wednesday Apr 16, 2008

DSCC High Availability

DSCC is the Directory Services Control Center (web console) that is used for configuring and managing the Directory and Directory Proxy servers in your deployment.  We have seen a number of questions from customers around how they can deploy multiple DSCC instances and create a HA environment across all of these DSCC instances.  The simple answer is that yes this can be done and it is supported in the product today.   See the documentation links below for more details on how this can be achieved.

Configuring Failover for DSCC

These additional documentation links can provide more background information into how the new DSCC web console works and uses a directory instance to store its information.  

DSEE Administration Framework 

Architectural Changes in Directory Server

There are also some additional configuration changes you can make to the DSCC installation which are documented at the following location: Configuring DSCC 


 

DSEE 6.2 Sun Alert - Database integrity issues

http://sunsolve.sun.com/search/document.do?assetkey=1-66-235361-1

Please see the above link for the official Sun Alert document.  The below information is provided for quick reference only.  

For additional details please also see previous blog entry on this topic: http://blogs.sun.com/dsee/entry/directory_server_6_2_database 


Document Audience:PUBLIC
Document ID:235361
Title:Sun Java System Directory Server 6.2 Database integrity may be compromised
Copyright Notice:Copyright © 2008 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Update Date:Mon Apr 14 00:00:00 MDT 2008

Solution Type Sun Alert
Solution  235361 :   Sun Java System Directory Server 6.2 Database integrity may be compromised

Bug ID: 6642430
Product: Sun Java System Directory Server 6.2, Enterprise Edition
Date of Resolved Release: 14-Apr-2008
SA Document Body: Sun Java System Directory Server 6.2 Database integrity may be compromised

1. Impact

A race condition may cause database pages for Sun Java System Directory Server to not sync to disk, resulting in possible Directory Server Database integrity issues. Depending on which pages are affected, the impact may vary.

2. Contributing Factors

This issue can occur in the following releases for all platforms (Solaris 8, 9, and 10 SPARC and x86 Platforms, Linux, Windows, HP-UX):
  • Sun Java System Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.2
Note: Directory Server 6.1, 6.0, 5.2 and 5.1 are not affected by this issue.


To determine if the Directory Server running on a system is affected, the following command can be used:

    $ dsadm -V

If the output contains the version string 6.2, the system is affected.

3. Symptoms

Depending on which database page is affected and which operation tries to access it, the resulting error messages can be different, but in the most frequent cases a message similar to the following is logged:

    DEBUG - conn=-1 op=-1 msgId=-1 -  libdb: PANIC: fatal region error detected; run recovery

4. Workaround

There is no workaround for this issue. Please see the Resolution section below.

5. Resolution

This issue is addressed in the following releases: (please see blog entry http://blogs.sun.com/dsee/entry/dsee_6_3_released for more details)

DSEE 6.3 Native Package Versions:
  • Solaris 9 and 10 with SPARC patch 125276-07 or later
  • Solaris 9 x86 with patch 125277-07 or later
  • Solaris 10 x86 and x64 with patch 125278-07 or later
  • Linux with patch 125309-07 or later
  • Windows with patch 125311-07 or later
DSEE 6.3 PatchZIP (Compressed Archive) versions:
  • Solaris 9 and 10 with SPARC patch 126748-04 or later
  • Solaris 9 x86 with patch 126749-04 or later
  • Solaris 10 x86 and x64 with patch 126750-04 or later
  • Linux with patch 126751-04 or later
  • Windows with patch 126753-04 or later
  • HP-UX with patch 126752-04 or later
Note: After patches have been applied: Since the database integrity issue can be present but undetected, it is recommended to rebuild the database by exporting to an ldif file and reimporting the ldif file. In a replicated environment, all servers need to be rebuilt or reinitialized. Export/Import and initializing servers in a replicated environment is documented in the DSEE reference guide at:


This Sun Alert notification is being provided to you on an "AS IS" basis. This Sun Alert notification may contain information provided by third parties. The issues described in this Sun Alert notification may or may not impact your system(s). Sun makes no representations, warranties, or guarantees as to the information contained herein. ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR NON-INFRINGEMENT, ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED. BY ACCESSING THIS DOCUMENT YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT SUN SHALL IN NO EVENT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, PUNITIVE, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES THAT ARISE OUT OF YOUR USE OR FAILURE TO USE THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN. This Sun Alert notification contains Sun proprietary and confidential information. It is being provided to you pursuant to the provisions of your agreement to purchase services from Sun, or, if you do not have such an agreement, the Sun.com Terms of Use. This Sun Alert notification may only be used for the purposes contemplated by these agreements.

Copyright 2000-2008 Sun Microsystems, Inc., 4150 Network Circle, Santa Clara, CA 95054 U.S.A. All rights reserved.

 


Monday Apr 14, 2008

DSEE 6.3 Released

We have just released the latest update in the Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.x product line.  

This patch release brings:

  • Improved performance for some specific deployments. For example, deletion of a suborganization is now faster.

  • Support for the SuSE 10 operating system. See Operating System Requirements for details.

  • Support for HP-UX 11.23 (PA-RISC). See Operating System Requirements for details.

  • Increased flexibility and security for deployments, with the Directory Service Control Center registry allowing port change and listening on addresses defined by an IP address.

  • Reduced disk space used, by purging replication metadata using a new purge-csn option in the dsadm command.

  • Improved interoperability with other products through the Directory Proxy Server, with improved LDAP control support.

  • The Directory Proxy Server allows bind operations to multiple data sources including Active Directory and to Sun Java System Directory Server. Bad password attempts now block users from multiple data sources, increasing security.

  • Install the ZIP distribution as any user on Windows.

You can download Sun Java System Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.3 software from the following location.

http://www.sun.com/software/products/directory_srvr_ee/get.jsp

The download page serves as a starting point to direct you to the proper downloads depending on the distribution type you need to download.

Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.3 is available in the following full distributions.

  • ZIP Full distribution (Solaris, Red Hat, SuSE, HP-UX, Windows) - standalone delivery to install Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.3 or upgrade Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.0 and 6.1 and 6.2 ZIP installations.

Identity Synchronization for Windows is not delivered in the Directory Server Enterprise Edition native package distribution and is only available in the ZIP distribution.

Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.3 is available in the following patch distributions.

  • Native patch – patches to upgrade Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.0, 6.1 and 6.2 native packages installed using the Java ES installer.

  • ZIP patch distribution – standalone delivery to install Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.3 or upgrade Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.0 and 6.1 and 6.2 ZIP installations.

    If you are not familiar with the difference between the Native installation and ZIP installation please read the following information in the documentation before upgrading or installing DSEE 6.3:  Directory Server Enterprise Edition Software Distributions


Note –
  1. The patch release for native installations of Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.3 on the Microsoft Windows platform is not available at the same time as the patch releases on other platforms. The patch release for native installations of Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.3 on the Microsoft Windows platform will be available at a later time and we will update this blog when we have a known date for this.

    Zip distribution is currently available for on the Microsoft Windows platform.

  2. The localization patch files for the native installations have not been released yet on SunSolve but should be available within a week. The ZIP downloads contain all the localization files so there are no extra downloads required for ZIP installations.  We will update this blog once they are available on native installations.

For information on patch numbers, see Software Installation in Sun Java System Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.3 Installation Guide.

For the detailed information on what you need to install based on your current installation, refer to the Installation Procedure Quick Reference in Sun Java System Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.3 Installation Guide.

 

Directory Server Enterprise Edition
Marketing Team

 


 

DSEE Software Distributions

This information compares the different Directory Server Enterprise Edition software distributions available and is taken from the main DSEE 6.3 documentation at http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/820-2763/install-distributions?a=view.

Figure 1–3 The Two Software Distributions

To install all software, get both distributions.

Java Enterprise System Distribution

This section introduces the Java Enterprise System distribution, which comes with the Java ES installer.

The Java ES installer offers a graphical wizard, a command-line interactive wizard, and also silent installation capabilities to add natively packaged software to your system. As this distribution is based on native packages, you must be root to perform the installation with the Java ES installer.

The Java ES installer provides a fresh installation of Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.3 on Solaris and Linux. To install Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.3 on Windows, see Installation Procedure Quick Reference in Sun Java System Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.3 Installation Guide. Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.3 is not delivered on HP-UX.

All Java ES software can work together, relying on a common framework of basic components and of libraries. You can therefore install all the software products together on a single system.

The Java ES installation software also facilitates installation of shared components. The software integrates with the system, so you can configure directory services to restart automatically when the operating system reboots. With a native package based installation, you benefit from the package versioning and patching tools that are part of the operating system.

This guide does not describe all installation alternatives available using the Java ES installer. However, this guide addresses the key Java ES installer wizard screens related to Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.2 software installation. For detailed instructions on using all features of the Java ES installer, see the Java Enterprise System documentation at http://docs.sun.com/coll/1286.3.

Native Patches

This section introduces the native patches that enable you to upgrade Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.0 and 6.1 installations.

You must be root to do the installation using native patches. These patches are applied on the top of the existing Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.0 or 6.1 installation. Native patches contain all the components of Directory Server Enterprise Edition as in Java Enterprise System distribution but upgrade the only components that are already installed as a part of Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.0 or 6.1 installation. You cannot do fresh installation of any of the components in Directory Server Enterprise Edition using native patches.

You can install Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.3 on Windows by installing native patches on the top of Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.0 installation. The Java Enterprise System distribution does not provide fresh installation for Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.3 on Windows.

Zip Distribution

This section introduces the zip distribution, which provides the dsee_deploy(1M) command-line installer.

This distribution offers self-contained software that you can install anywhere on local disk where you have write permission. You can both install and administer zip distribution software as a non-root user.

As zip distribution software is self-contained, each software installation performed from the zip distribution is independent. You can therefore install software from multiple zip distribution versions on the same system. Your system administrator must manually configure the software that you install to restart when the operating system reboots.

Furthermore, with the zip distribution, you must keep careful track of what you have installed, and the patches you have applied.

Comparison of Java Enterprise System Distribution and Zip Distribution

This section identifies the software supported in each distribution.

Both the Java ES and zip distributions allow you to create and configure Directory Server and Directory Proxy Server instances as non-root.

Directory Server Enterprise Edition Software Component 

Java Enterprise System Distribution 

Zip Distribution 

Directory Service Control Center 

Provided 

Provided, configurable by deploying WAR file with application server 

Directory Server 

Provided 

Provided, installable with dsee_deploy

Directory Proxy Server 

Provided 

Provided, installable with dsee_deploy

Directory Editor 

Not provided in this distribution 

Provided, but not installed with dsee_deploy

Identity Synchronization for Windows 

Not provided in this distribution 

Provided, but not installed with dsee_deploy

Directory Server Resource Kit 

Not provided in this distribution 

Provided, installed with dsee_deploy


Note –

A server instance can only be managed by one DSCC.


Identity Synchronization for Windows and Directory Editor software are bundled with the zip distribution, but are not installed using the dsee_deploy command. This guide covers Identity Synchronization for Windows installation. See Part II, Installing Identity Synchronization for Windows, in Sun Java System Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.3 Installation Guide.

This guide does not cover installation of Directory Editor software. If you plan to install Directory Editor software, read the installation instructions in the Sun Java System Directory Editor 1 2005Q1 Installation and Configuration Guide.

Thursday Mar 27, 2008

Directory Server 6.2 - Possible Database Integrity Issues

We have become aware of a bug in Directory Server 6.2 only that could cause database integrity issues.   We have a hotfix for this issue, and if you are running Directory Server 6.2 and run into this problem then you should contact Sun Support and ask for the fix for the following bug

6642430: DB corruption (zero’d pages) when performing db2ldif against large 20GB ldif file.

The sunsolve record for this bug can be found at http://sunsolve.sun.com/search/document.do?assetkey=1-1-6642430-1.

NOTE: This issue does not affect Directory Server 6.0 or 6.1 release so you only need this fix if you are running Directory Server 6.2.

After you have the hotfix for this issue on Directory Server 6.2 and have applied the hotfix, then you will have to re-initialize the database from an LDIF backup to fully correct the corruption issue. Simply applying the hotfix will not fix the database if the database is already corrupted. Database corruption can be present though not detected with data in binary formats. You must therefore rebuild the database by importing an LDIF backup.

Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.2 is no longer available for download and Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.3, which includes a fix for this issue, will be available for download early April.  When upgrading to Directory Server 6.3 from 6.2 (not needed if you are on 6.0 or 6.1), make sure you export the database (db2ldif) prior to the upgrade and then re-import the database after the upgrade to fully re-initialize the database and to ensure that no corruption issues remain.
 

Recommended patch or upgrade procedures:

  1. Shut down each directory server instance, as described in Starting, Stopping, and Restarting a Directory Server Instance.

  2. Perform an LDIF export of the database, as described in Backing Up to LDIF.

  3. Install the hotfix for bug 6642430 on Directory Server 6.2, or upgrade your Directory Server 6.2 instance to Directory Server 6.3 once Directory Server 6.3 is available for download (early April). You will need to login to Sunsolve in order to see this bug description.

  4. Re-initialize the database from the LDIF exported in step 2, as described in Importing Data From an LDIF File.

    If you are running replicated instances of Directory Server, make sure you read Restoring Replicated Suffixes as well.

Wednesday Mar 05, 2008

Directory Server EOL Information

We have had many questions regarding the EOL dates for Directory Server so we decided to post this information here for everyones reference. 

 Version
Last Ship Date
End of Life Support
 Notes
 Directory Server 5.1
(All versions)
3/31/2006
03/17/2011
Limited support after 3/31/2007 
Directory Server 5.2 RTM
6/20/2008
6/20/2013
Limited support after 6/20/2009 
Directory Server 5.2 SP1
6/20/2008 6/20/2013 Limited support after 6/20/2009
Directory Server 5.2 SP26/20/2008 6/20/2013 Limited support after 6/20/2009
Directory Server 5.2 SP3
6/20/2008 6/20/2013 Limited support after 6/20/2009
Directory Server 5.2 SP46/20/2008 6/20/2013 Limited support after 6/20/2009
Directory Server 5.2 SP5Withdrawn
Withdrawn
This patch was pulled from public availability
Directory Server 5.2 SP66/20/2008 6/20/2013 Limited support after 6/20/2009

Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.x

(All versions)

Not yet announced
Not yet announcedThis is the current shipping product suite and no current date is set for EOL

Limited Support Phase: (full details at http://www.sun.com/service/eosl/)
During the Limited Support Phase, Sun will provide Customers with support in accordance with the Customer's support contract with Sun (including the applicable Service Listing) as set forth at: http://www.sun.com/service/servicelist/ . However, Customers will not be entitled to submit bugs or to receive new patches from Sun. As during the Full Support Phase, upon announcement of EOL of a Software Product, Customers will not have access to software updates and upgrades for that Software Product.

 

Here is the current information regarding Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.x and the GA dates for currently available versions.

 Version
GA Date
Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.0
3/31/2007
Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.16/15/2007
Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.29/24/2007
Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.304/15/2008

 
 

Monday Mar 03, 2008

Welcome to the DSEE product info blog

Welcome to the Directory Server Enterprise Edition (DSEE) product info blog.  The goal of this blog is to provide a simple means of updating our customers and public regarding information about the DSEE product line.  In this blog we will provide updates to release schedules and other information around the product itself.  In addition to this primary information we will also provide links to other blogs or web sites with information on the DSEE product line including technical and non-technical information.  We hope this will become a sort of "starting point" for you to get the latest information about the product that cannot be released quickly through product pages or product documentation.  

We will be posting information shortly on our upcoming Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.3 release due in the next couple of weeks so stay tuned.


Regards

 
Marketing Team
Sun Directory Server Enterprise Edition


 

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