[Announcement] : Apache LDAP API 2.1.2

2023-04-10 Thread Emmanuel Lecharny
The Apache Directory project is proud to announce the release of the
Apache LDAP API 2.1.3 version !

The Apache Directory LDAP API is an ongoing effort to provide an
enhanced LDAP API, as a replacement for JNDI and the existing LDAP API
(jLdap and Mozilla LDAP API).

This is a schema aware API, with some convenient ways to access a LDAP
server. This API is not only targeting the Apache Directory Server,
but should work pristine with any LDAP server.

It's also an extensible API : new Controls, schema elements and network.

It's a bug fix release with some Schema extension to support the
latest PasswordPolicy draft.

Here are the fixed issues:

DIRAPI-385: Add a way to modify the Element in a DnNode
DIRAPI-386: The parsing of a wrong filter throws a LdapProtocolErrotException
DIRAPI-389: Issue when comparing multi-component RDNs caused by the RDN order
DIRAPI-390: Upgrade commons-text as it flags the project with CVE-2022-42889
DIRAPI-391: Improve the Dn parsing performance
DIRAPI-392: Extend the schema to support the latest PasswordPolicy RFC
draft AttributeTypes
DIRAPI-387: More info on PasswordExceptionUnassignedResolved
DIRAPI-388: "No future" warning in the log


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[Announcement] : Apache LDAP API 2.1.2

2022-08-16 Thread Emmanuel Lecharny
he Apache Directory project is proud to announce the release of the
Apache LDAP API 2.1.2 version !

The Apache Directory LDAP API is an ongoing effort to provide an
enhanced LDAP API, as a replacement for JNDI and the existing LDAP API
(jLdap and Mozilla LDAP API).

This is a schema aware API, with some convenient ways to access a LDAP
server. This API is not only targeting the Apache Directory Server,
but should work pristine with any LDAP server.

It's also an extensible API : new Controls, schema elements and network.

This version is a fix, the previous version having been built with
Java 11 and a wrong maven property led to a package that can't be used
with Java 8.

Website : https://directory.apache.org/api
Download : https://directory.apache.org/api/downloads-2.html
User's Guide : https://directory.apache.org/api/user-guide.html


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