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R

RDBMS, see Relational database management system

RDN, see Relative distinguished name

Readme files, 261, 264

Read-only mode, 158, 163, see also Slave servers

Realm, 103

Real-world objects, 54, 56, 62

Receive operation, 17

Records, 128

Recovery, 282

Recycling, 103

Redundancy, 141

Reference object, 211, 220

Referral object, 82

Referrals

configuration of OpenLDAP, 380

LDAP

authentication and security model, 105

naming model, 74, 81, 82–84

partitioning of directory data, 147, 150

chaining comparison, 157

Reflection, 252

Relational database management system (RDBMS), 21–22, 45, 55, 318

Relative distinguished name (RDN)

JAVA language, 246–247

LDAP

data interchange format, 132

functional model, 93–94, 95, 96

naming model, 76–77

using, 31

partitioning of directory data, 148

tree design and directory services design, 337

updating directory with batch process, 35

Reliability, 9, 13

Remote agents, 318

Remote procedure call (RPC), 142

Renaming

JAVA language, 246–247, 248

LDAP, 39, 76–77, 97

Replication

account, 166

backup and directory-server administration, 284–285

design, 331–332, 340–342

directory data

agreements, 165–166

load sharing, 166–167

scenarios, 160–162

schema information and access control list, 162

security aspects, 168

single versus multimaster, 163–164

work in progress, 169

distribution of directory data, 144

log, 159

OpenLDAP, 258, 261, 385–389

tree design and directory services design, 335–336

Replication server, 159

Report-building utilities, 21

Request for comments (RFC)

C-language API, 223

directory-server administration, 286, 291–292

LDAP, 15, 16

characterization, 2

data interchange format, 38, 126

duplication/replication/update protocols, 358–359

functional model, 88

group, 169

information model, 52, 66, 70, 72

protocol, 349–356

search, 112

security model, 51, 100, 102, 103, 104

using, 28

version 3 revision, 357–358

UTF-8 encoding, 129

URLs, 137, 247, 299

mechanism, 12–13

schema design and directory services design, 334

Request

callback option and Perl language, 217

DSML and distributed architecture, 173, 175

LDAP, 18, 19, 50, 311–312

log-file analysis and directory-server administration, 287

require dn, 305

require group, 305

require user, 305

require valid-user, 305

Requirements

case study of LDAP and Web, 308–310

system and installation of directory-server software, 259, 261

Resource identifier, 193

Resource limitations, 380

resource link_identifier, PHP scripting language

directory updating, 204, 206, 207, 208

search, 197, 198

working with, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204

resource result_entry_identifier, 202, 203, 204

resource result_identifier, 199, 200, 201, 202

Response, 18, 19, 173, 175, 217

Result identifiers, 198–204

Result set, 232–234

Results array, 199–200

Reverse Polish notation (RPN), 42

Rewrite directive, 395

RFC, see Request for comments

RPC, see Remote procedure call

RPN, see Reverse Polish notation

Root distinguished name (DN), 275, 335, 336–337

Root DSE, 85–87

root_DSE() method, 216

Root object class, 57

Ruby scripting language, 254–255

Rules, 7, 12, 54, 252



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The ABCs of LDAP. How to Install, Run, and Administer LDAP Services
The ABCs of LDAP: How to Install, Run, and Administer LDAP Services
ISBN: 0849313465
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 149

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