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python-ldap and Sun ONE Directory server

Hi,

I'd like to ask you whether anyone have built python-ldap against
Sun ONE Directory v5.2 on a Solaris 9.

Seems developers do not support such config, but many places on the
web suggest it *is* possible and I would be a major pitta if I had
to kick out my Ldap server now ...

I've got python-ldap-2.0.0pre20 and use gcc 3.3.1. It complains
"ldap_schema.h" cannot be found - and in fact Sun does not have any
include file of that name.

I just hope it is actually possible ...

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Michal Kurowski
<mk**@poczta.gazeta.pl>
Jul 18 '05 #1
2 1966
In article <c4**********@achot.icm.edu.pl>,
Micha³ Kurowski <mk**@poczta.gazeta.pl> wrote:
Hi,

I'd like to ask you whether anyone have built python-ldap against
Sun ONE Directory v5.2 on a Solaris 9.

Seems developers do not support such config, but many places on the
web suggest it *is* possible and I would be a major pitta if I had
to kick out my Ldap server now ...

I've got python-ldap-2.0.0pre20 and use gcc 3.3.1. It complains
"ldap_schema.h" cannot be found - and in fact Sun does not have any
include file of that name.

I just hope it is actually possible ...

Jul 18 '05 #2
I have built python ldap on Solaris 9 and used it to access
SunOne Directory Server, but I have to admit I built the
python-ldap client library against a dist of OpenLDAP first.

T


Cameron Laird wrote:
In article <c4**********@achot.icm.edu.pl>,
Micha³ Kurowski <mk**@poczta.gazeta.pl> wrote:
Hi,

I'd like to ask you whether anyone have built python-ldap against
Sun ONE Directory v5.2 on a Solaris 9.

Seems developers do not support such config, but many places on the
web suggest it *is* possible and I would be a major pitta if I had
to kick out my Ldap server now ...

I've got python-ldap-2.0.0pre20 and use gcc 3.3.1. It complains
"ldap_schema.h" cannot be found - and in fact Sun does not have any
include file of that name.

I just hope it is actually possible ...


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At least one of us is confused, or at least misinterpreting.
Briefly, LDAP is a client-server protocol. I *think* your
goal is to build applications with the python-ldap client
library, and deploy them against a Sun ONE LDAP server. In
principal, you can use any correct LDAP client, no matter
how it was made, against any correct LDAP server. How does
that fit what you're doing?

Are you not able to build *any* python-ldap client-side
library? We can help with that.

Jul 18 '05 #3

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