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|Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition Man Page Reference 11g Release 1 (188.8.131.52.0)|
- Directory Proxy Server configuration property
This property specifies the lower bound of the distribution when distribution-algorithm(5dpconf) is lexicographic.
For example, consider a configuration with a first data view that handles [A-M] inclusive, and a second data view that handles [N-Z] inclusive. For the first data view, you set the lower bound to A, and the upper bound to M. For the second data view, you set the lower bound to N, and the upper bound to Z.
The default behavior for this property is as follows: No lower limit
This property is used to configure the following features:
A coordinator data view is a coodinator of multiple data views.
A JDBC data view enables you to make a relational database accessible to LDAP client applications.
A join data view is an aggregation of multiple data views. The current release of Directory Proxy Server supports the aggregation of two data views into one join data view.
An LDAP data view exposes data in an LDAP server to a client request and specifies the data source pool that responds to the request.
An LDIF data view allows data in an LDIF file to be present to LDAP applications as if it were LDAP data.
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: