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  • March 29, 2011

Making It Easier For Developers To Access LDAP

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One of the reasons why I think LDAP has always had slow adoption by developers is most of their tools provided great abstractions for dealing with databases (like Hibernate, Toplink/JPA, ADF Business Components, etc) while LDAP trailed.

However, at Oracle we do have some great ways to fix this problem.

And not just by trying to make LDAP look like a database.

There are three ways to do this:
1 - You can use OVD's Web Interfaces - either REST (OVD HTTP/Web Gateway) or SOAP (DSML v2)
2 - Oracle Platform Security Services User/Role API
3 - Oracle Platform Security Services Identity Governance Framework ArisID

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