you can utilize the ldapadapter, and ldappas packages to integrate in ldap
authentication..
ldap = ldapadapter.utility.LDAPAdapter('foobar.org',
                                        389,

 bindDN='cn=pftreadonly,cn=users,dc=foobar,dc=org',
                                        bindPassword='nowayhome')

you'll register the connection via zcml

  <!-- Setup LDAP Connection -->
  <utility
     name="my-ldap"
     component=".auth.ldap"/>

and then setup an auth utility to utilize it, if you need to apply zope
groups its best to subclass the authentication utility, for example here's a
subclasses authentication utility that provides extra roles based on a field
in the ldap user.

class LDAPAuthentication( ldappas.authentication.LDAPAuthentication ):

    type_role_map = {
        'Company Employee' : 'app.Contributor',
        None : 'app.Member' # default
        }

    def getInfoFromEntry( self, dn, entry ):
        current_user_role.user_id = entry[self.loginAttribute][0]
        user_type = entry['usertype'][0]
        current_user_role.user_role = self.type_role_map.get( user_type,
self.type_role_map.get( None ) )
        return super( LDAPAuthentication, self).getInfoFromEntry( dn, entry
)

and then set up an instance to be used.

authService = LDAPAuthentication()

authService.adapterName = 'my-ldap'
authService.titleAttribute = 'cn'
authService.idAttribute = 'sAMAccountName'
authService.loginAttribute = 'sAMAccountName'
authService.principalIdPrefix = 'ldap.'
authService.searchBase = 'ou=People,dc=foobar,dc=org'
authService.searchScope = 'sub'
authService.groupSearchBase = 'ou=People,dc=foobar,dc=org'
authService.groupSearchScope = 'sub'

and register it in zcml as an auth service

  <!-- LDAP Authentication Utility -->
  <utility
     provides="zope.app.authentication.interfaces.IAuthenticatorPlugin"
     component=".auth.authService"
     name="ldap-auth"/>

hope that helps,

kapil

On Fri, Aug 7, 2009 at 8:46 AM, Jeroen Michiel <jmich...@yahoo.com> wrote:

>
> Sorry for bringing up an old topic, but this looks like exactly what I
> would
> need.
> Is there such a package available somewhere?
>
>
> Vinny-5 wrote:
> >
> > On Fri, 16 Feb 2007 09:03:29 -0400
> > "Alec Munro" <alecmu...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > [snip]
> >>
> >> Thanks to all your excellent advice, I have gone ahead and extended
> >> the existing Group folder to automatically import and periodically
> >> synchronize it's groups with an LDAP directory. The functionality is
> >> currently a bit crude, but it gets the job done. I'm talking to my
> >> employer about open sourcing it, would anyone here be interested in
> >> it?
> >>
> >> Alec
> >
> > +1
> >
> > I, for one, would probably learn something useful from the code, if
> > you decide to release it.  Thanks in advance if that is the case.
> >
> > Vinny
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