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Implementing LDAP

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© January 2000 Tony Lawrence

Amazon Order (or just read more about) Implementing LDAP- Mark Wilcox

Some of the Amazon reviewers really didn't like this book, complaining of sloppy editing and the like. Maybe I just wasn't paying close attention, or maybe I got a second run with most of that fixed, because I really didn't notice any of that.

I did notice that this is a practical book- yes, there's some theory thrown in, of course, but most of it is hands on advice. Most of the emphasis is on Netscape Directory Server (Mark writes for Netscape's Viewsource), but there is plenty of coverage in other areas.

See also LDAP Basics)


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