|Oracle® Fusion Middleware Man Page Reference for Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition
11g Release 1 (18.104.22.168.0)
Part Number E28967-01
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introduction to Directory Server Enterprise Edition user commands
This section describes commands available in a full installation of Directory Server Enterprise Edition.
See also the following introductory pages.
This section describes commands used for Directory Server Enterprise Edition maintenance and administration purposes.
This section describes the formats of files delivered with Directory Server Enterprise Edition.
This section describes Directory Server configuration properties. You modify these properties using the
This section also describes legacy Directory Server configuration attributes. You modify these attributes using the
ldapmodify command on the entries under
This section describes Directory Proxy Server configuration properties. You these properties using the
This section describes collections of LDAP schema objects that Directory Server provides.
This section describes attribute types defined in the LDAP schema that Directory Server provides.
This section describes object classes defined in the LDAP schema that Directory Server provides.
LIST OF COMMANDS
This reference manual section includes the following pages.
measure rate of authentication to an LDAP directory
add, modify, rename, move, or delete directory entries
find directory entries
compare the same entry on two or more different servers
creates a filtered version of an LDIF input file
indicate the synchronization state between a supplier replica and one or more consumer replicas
compare LDAP entries from two directories
compare a value with an LDAP entry attribute value
delete LDAP entries
add, modify, rename, move, or delete LDAP entries
change the password of an LDAP entry
find LDAP entries
recursively delete a subtree of LDAP entries
format input by adding base64 encoding to make it suitable for inclusion in an LDIF file
reformat LDIF text
analyze access logs
generate LDIF for import into a directory
combine multiple ldif files into a single, authoritative set of entries
measure modification performance for an LDAP directory
print the encrypted form of a password by using one of the encryption algorithms
discover a replication topology
measure search performance for an LDAP directory