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LDAP → See Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)
Using LDAP → ODP.NET can connect with connect identifiers mapped to connect descriptors in an LDAP-compliant … directory server, such as Oracle Internet Directory and Microsoft Active Directory. To configure LDAP … Directory Naming Method in Oracle Database Net Services Administrator's Guide. To configure LDAP for … .\" See Also: Oracle Database
ldap (IN/OUT) → A Logon Data Area for Oracle7-style OCI calls that is initialized by this call. Comments Toggles between an OCI release 8 or later service context handle and an Oracle7 Lda_Def. This function can only be called after a service context has been properly initialized. Once the service context has been translated to an Lda_Def, it can be used in release 7.x OCI calls (for example, obindps(), ofen() ).
ldap (IN/OUT) → The Oracle7 logon data area returned by OCISvcCtxToLda() from this service context. Comments Converts an Oracle7 Lda_Def to a release 8 or later service context handle. The action of this call can be reversed by passing the resulting service context handle to the OCISvcCtxToLda() function. You should use the OCILdaToSvcCtx() call only for resetting an Lda_Def obtained from OCISvcCtxToLda() back to
4.10.5 Installation Requirements for Lightweight Directory Access Protocol → Review the following sections to install Lightweight Directory Access Protocol: About LDAP and … Oracle Plug-ins Installing the LDAP Package 188.8.131.52 About LDAP and Oracle Plug-ins Lightweight … Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) is an application protocol for accessing and maintaining distributed … directory information
Publish-Subscribe LDAP Registration Example → Example 9-20 shows a code fragment that illustrates how to do LDAP registration. Please read all … the program comments. Example 9-20 LDAP Registration... /* To use the LDAP registration feature … *)) 0 );... /* set LDAP attributes in the environment handle */ /* LDAP host name */ (void … ); /*
27.8 Integration Of Oracle XML DB with LDAP → 27.8 Integration Of Oracle XML DB with LDAP You can allow Lightweight Directory Access Protocol … (LDAP) users to use the features of Oracle XML DB, including ACLs. The typical scenario is a single … , shared database schema (user), to which multiple LDAP users are mapped. This mapping is maintained in … the Oracle Internet Directory.
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) → A standard, extensible directory access protocol. It is a common language that LDAP clients and
4.10.4 Installation Requirements for Lightweight Directory Access Protocol → sections to install Lightweight Directory Access Protocol: About LDAP and Oracle Plug-ins Installing … the LDAP Package 184.108.40.206 About LDAP and Oracle Plug-ins Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP … over IP networks. You require the LDAP package if you want to use features requiring LDAP
2.13.2 configureDatabase → : true registers with a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) service; false, the default, does … not register with an LDAP service. -unregisterWithDirService: true unregisters from an LDAP service … ; false, the default, does not unregister from an LDAP service. -regenerateDBPassword: true … regenerates
2.13.8 unplugDatabase → specified, unregisters from an LDAP service. When false, the default, is specified, does not … unregister from an LDAP service. When true is specified, the following additional parameters are required … : -dirServiceUserName: Username for the LDAP service -dirServicePassword: Password for the LDAP
2.13.10 configurePluggableDatabase → } Optional Specify true to register with a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) service … . Specify false, the default, to unregister from an LDAP service. When true is specified, the following … additional parameters are required: -dirServiceUserName: Username for the LDAP service … -dirServicePassword: Password for the
15.1 WFS Engine → and user labels are managed in LDAP, which works with the middle tier to perform authentication.
LDAP Directory Support → Oracle Wallet Manager can upload wallets to and retrieve them from an LDAP-compliant directory … . Storing wallets in a centralized LDAP-compliant directory lets users access them from multiple … entries must be defined and configured in the LDAP directory before Oracle Wallet Manager can be used to … Wallet Manager downloads
220.127.116.11 LDAP Directory Verification → Access Protocol (LDAP) to verify the user name and password submitted on the login page. Application … assume that an LDAP directory accessible to your application for this purpose already exists and that it … can respond to a SIMPLE_BIND_S call for credentials verification. When you create an LDAP … Credentials authentication
LDAP → See Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
LDAP → See Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)
LDAP → See Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP).
PURGELDAPCACHE Function → This function purges the LDAP nickname cache. Returns TRUE if successful. Syntax DBMS_XDBZ.PURGELDAPCACHE RETURN BOOLEAN;