Can you use JAVA with CA LDAP?
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Can you use JAVA with CA LDAP?


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Can you use JAVA with CA LDAP?


The Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP; /??ldæp/) is an open, vendor-neutral, industry standard application protocol for accessing and maintaining distributed directory information services over an Internet Protocol (IP) network.

The LDAP protocol is a standard way of accessing data, that is not language specific.

Since the CA LDAP Server on z/OS is a TCP/IP based server, calling it using the LDAP protocol (bind, search, unbind) can be performed from C, Java, Perl, etc, in the same way the application would call Microsoft Active Directory using the LDAP protocol.

There are 2 options available when trying to access LDAP servers from Java. You can use a 3rd party library like JLDAP from the website or use the build in JNDI methods of the Java JDK.

We don't endorse or suggest one over the other since both of them will format the final request that's sent over TCP/IP to the server in the send exact format as they both support the LDAP protocol standard.



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