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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

10.  Writing Matching Rule Plug-Ins

11.  Writing Password Storage Scheme Plug-Ins

Calling Password Storage Scheme Plug-Ins

Types of Password Storage Scheme Plug-Ins

Preinstalled Schemes

Effect on Password Attribute Values

Invocation for Add and Modify Requests

Invocation for Bind Requests

Part of a Password Policy

Writing a Password Storage Scheme Plug-In

Encoding a Password

Comparing a Password

Registering the Password Storage Scheme Plug-In

Setting Up the Password Storage Scheme Plug-In

To Register the Plug-In

Trying the Password Storage Scheme Example

Perform a Quick Test

Compare an XOR-Encoded Password

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 11

Writing Password Storage Scheme Plug-Ins

This chapter explains how to write plug-ins that allow you to modify how Directory Server stores password attribute values.

This chapter covers the following topics: