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|Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition Deployment Planning Guide 11g Release 1 (18.104.22.168.0)|
This section provides a simple scenario that shows how a virtual directory answers specific business requirements. For more complex sample scenarios, and for details of virtual directory configuration, see Sample Virtual Configurations in Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition Administration Guide.
Example.com stores uses three different data repositories to store user data. Example.com's Directory Server contains the bulk of the user data. User email addresses are stored in an Active Directory, and HR data is stored in a MySQL database.
Example.com has several client applications that require a complete view of all user data. The following diagram illustrates how the virtual directory provides a complete view of a user's identity to the client application.
Figure 14-1 Virtual View of Aggregated Data From Multiple Repositories