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|Oracle Fusion Middleware Deployment Planning Guide for Oracle Unified Directory 11g Release 1 (11.1.1)|
The Oracle Unified Directory server is an LDAPv3 compliant directory server written entirely in Java. The directory server includes the following high-level functionality:
Full LDAPv3 compliance (RFC 4510–4519) with support for numerous standard and experimental extensions
High performance and space effective data storage
Ease of configuration and administration
A highly extensible administrative framework that enables you to customize most of the features listed below.
An administration connector that manages all administration traffic to the server. The administration connector enables the separation of user traffic and administration traffic to simplify logging and monitoring, and to ensure that administrative commands take precedence over commands that manipulate user data.
A graphical control panel that displays server status information and enables you to perform basic server and data administration.
Several command-line utilities to assist with configuration, administration tasks, basic monitoring, and data management. The main configuration utility (dsconfig) provides an interactive mode that walks you through most configuration tasks.
An advanced replication mechanism
Enhanced multi-master replication across directory server instances
An assured replication feature that ensures high availability of data and immediacy of data availability for specific deployment requirements
Fractional replication capabilities
Support for an external change log that publicizes all changes that have occurred in a directory server database
An extensible security model
Support for various levels of authentication and confidentiality
Access to resources based on privileges
An advanced access control mechanism
Multi-faceted monitoring capabilities
Rich user management functionality
Account status notification