Sun Java System Directory Server Enterprise Edition 6.2 Developer's Guide

Trying the SASL Client

The client changes Ted's password by binding to Directory Server, then requesting a modification to the userPassword attribute value.

After activating the plug-in in the server, compile the client code, saslclient.c. Next, run the client to perform the bind and the password modification.

$ ./saslclient 
Using the following connection info:
    host:    localhost
    port:    389
    bind DN: uid=tmorris,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com
    new pwd: 23skidoo
Getting the handle to the LDAP connection...
Setting the version to LDAP v3...
Bind DN is uid=tmorris,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com...
Binding to the server using my_sasl_mechanism...
Server credentials: my credentials
Modifying the password...
Modification was successful.

On the Directory Server side, the message showing that the plug-in has authenticated the client is in the errors log.

$ grep tmorris /local/ds/logs/errors | grep -i sasl 
[04/Jan/2006:12:05:30 +0100] - INFORMATION
 - testsasl_bind in test-saslbind plug-in
 - conn=12 op=0 msgId=1 - 
 Authenticated: uid=tmorris,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com