ldapdiff 1.4.1

ldapdiff compares ldif files with a running LDAP server and does an appropriate add/delete/update for every different entry/attr

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What's new in ldapdiff 1.4.1:

  • The source package has been "debianized" and moved to launchpad.
  • objectClass values are compared case-insensitively now.
  • The LDAP_CONTROL_MANAGEDSAIT Server Control Option has been implemented.
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LICENSE TYPE:
GPL v3 
USER RATING:
4.7/5 3
DEVELOPED BY:
Thomas Reith
HOMEPAGE:
webtomware.rhoen.de
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ System \ System Administration
ldapdiff compares ldif files with a running LDAP server and does an appropriate add/delete/update for every different entry/attribute. Essentially, it combines "diff" and "patch" in one application (although it is designed for "patching" ldap directories using ldif files, not for use on flat ascii files).

ldap based directories often have problems with automatic updates, because the only offline interface between a company database and the ldap directory are ldif files.

Normally the primary instance which stores most of a company's data, is a relational database. since it can be hard to keep an ldap database current. it is time consuming and difficult to create "ldif formatted deltas" for every database change. it is much easier to dump the whole data pool into a ldif formatted file and run ldapdiff.

With ldapdiff it is possible to check every entry/attribute of an ldif file against a running ldap directory. ldapdiff can produce ldif delta files in ldap version 3 format, which can be fed, into tools like "ldapmodify", "ldapdelete" etc. ldapdiff is also able to modify, delete and add entries/attributes online.

Last updated on December 13th, 2008

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