derby.authentication.ldap.searchBase

Function

Specifies the root DN of the point in your hierarchy from which to begin a guest or anonymous search for the user's DN. For example:
ou=people,o=ExampleSite.com

When using Netscape Directory Server, set this property to the root DN, the special entry to which access control does not apply.

For more information about LDAP user authentication, see the Java DB Developer's Guide.

Example

-- system-wide property
derby.authentication.ldap.searchBase=
    ou=people,o=ExampleSite.com
-- database-wide property
CALL SYSCS_UTIL.SYSCS_SET_DATABASE_PROPERTY(
    'derby.authentication.ldap.searchBase',
    'ou=people,o=ExampleSite.com')

Dynamic or static

Static. For system-wide properties, you must reboot Derby for the change to take effect. For database-wide properties, you must reboot the database for the change to take effect.

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