Hello Oliver -
On Wed, 11 Aug 1999, Oliver Marugg wrote:
> Hi all,
> Has anyone tested the radiator with Netscapes Directory Server (a newer
> one) under Unix?
>From the Radiator 2.14.1 reference manual (Section 6.30):
AuthBy LDAP works with Clayton Donley's Net::LDAPapi module version 1.42 or better
(Available from CPAN). It is implemented in AuthLDAP.pm. The Net::LDAPapi will
work with both University of Michigan LDAP and Netscape's LDAP SDK. It is now
deprecated. You should use LDAP2 for new installations.
AuthBy LDAP2 works with the newer Net::LDAP module version in perl-ldap-0.09 or
better (Available from CPAN). It is implemented in AuthLDAP2.pm. The Net::LDAP
will work with both University of Michigan LDAP and Netscape's LDAP SDK, but
it does not support SSL encrypted connections to the LDAP server.
AuthBy LDAPSDK works with Netscape's PerLDAP module and the Netscape
Directory SDK. We provide this in addition to the others because PerLDAP is
readily available as an installable module for ActiveState Perl on NT. If you want to
use LDAP on NT, we recommend you use ActiveState Perl, the PerLDAP module and
Netscape Suite Spot directory server.
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