Commit 11fbe2a4 authored by Ralf Haferkamp's avatar Ralf Haferkamp
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- removed char* in favour of string

- extented Referral chasing (loop detection, hop limit, Rebind)
- support for Server Controls
- fixed many bugs and memory leaks
parent 35e61c40
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This is an unstable development release of a LDAPv3 C++ Class Library.
It was created as the diploma thesis (final project) of my computer
science studies.
It is based upon the OpenLDAP C-API and so it needs the C-library and
Headerfiles installed.
A HTML documentation of all classes can be found in the srcdoc directory.
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=============
Just run the "configure" script with the apropriate options. Especially
these two options can be imported, if you didn't install the OpenLDAP-
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or any other javadoc compatible documentation generator.
Bugreports and other feedback:
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If you find bugs please feel free to send me a detailed report. All
other kinds of feedback are welcomed as well.
Ralf Haferkamp <rhafer@suse.de>
SASL Authentication
TLS encryption
adjustment of search scope for search reference following
some more methods in the base classes (LDAPAttribute, LDAPEntry, ..) e.g.:
-sorting/searching of Attributes
-sorting of Entries
localization and subtypes
Debugging and Logging
LDAPv2 Operations
Referral chasing for all operations
Classes to make synchronous Operations
SASL Authentication
TLS encryption
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