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Project Summary

Alasca is a tool that allows system administrators to edit and/or convert LDAP schemas to be used in different LDAP server technologies. Alasca is usefull in LDAP migration projects.

Alasca offers numerous features such as:

* Reading LDAP schema;
* Converting LDAP schema for a specific directory server technologie;
* Navigate through object classes and attributes;
* Redefining object identifiers;
* Editing some extra Active Directory structural attributes (beta);

The following directory server technologies are supported:

* OpenLDAP 2.3
* OpenLDAP 2.4 (and cn=config LDIF format)
* IBM Directory Server
* SUN Directory Server
* Active Directory

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java ldap reader

In a Nutshell, Alasca...

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Java
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30 Day Summary

Jul 15 2022 — Aug 14 2022

12 Month Summary

Aug 14 2021 — Aug 14 2022

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