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Part I Directory Server Plug-In API Guide

1.  Before You Start Writing Plug-Ins

2.  Changes to the Plug-In API Since Directory Server 5.2

3.  Getting Started With Directory Server Plug-Ins

4.  Working With Entries Using Plug-Ins

5.  Extending Client Request Handling Using Plug-Ins

6.  Handling Authentication Using Plug-Ins

7.  Performing Internal Operations With Plug-Ins

8.  Writing Entry Store and Entry Fetch Plug-Ins

9.  Writing Extended Operation Plug-Ins

Calling Extended Operation Plug-Ins

Implementing an Extended Operation Plug-In

Locating the Extended Operation Examples

Example Extended Operation Plug-In

Registering the Extended Operation Plug-In

Initializing the Extended Operation Plug-In

Handling the Extended Operation

Developing the Extended Operation Client

Trying the Extended Operation Example

10.  Writing Matching Rule Plug-Ins

11.  Writing Password Storage Scheme Plug-Ins

12.  Writing Password Quality Check Plug-Ins

13.  Writing Computed Attribute Plug-Ins

Part II Directory Server Plug-In API Reference

14.  Data Type and Structure Reference

15.  Function Reference, Part I

16.  Function Reference, Part II

17.  Parameter Block Reference

A.  NameFinder Application

Prerequisite Software

Deploying NameFinder

Configuring NameFinder to Access Your Directory

Customizing NameFinder


Chapter 9

Writing Extended Operation Plug-Ins

This chapter describes how to write plug-ins to take advantage of LDAP v3 extended operations. Extended operations are defined in RFC 4511. The RFC defines “additional operations to be defined for services not available elsewhere in this protocol, for instance digitally signed operations and results.”

This chapter covers the following topics: