By XueLei.Fan on Jun 16, 2009
In order to learn JNDI, one needs a LDAP server for various purpose. In the JNDI tutorial, there are a few of publicly accessible servers documented. However, the list is too old, and those servers are out of services.
By Google, Found the following two collections of public accessible LDAP servers.
And thanks to Ludovic, who commented that FreeLDAP.org is an alternative. FreeLDAP.org is a free LDAP service that you can add yourself entries, and best of all, it provide the service base on SSL and requires individual authentication, which is handy to for the examples that need SSL or user authentication.