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low cost java and servlet low cost java and servlet Some examples in this tutorial perform updates to the directory. Also, the part of the namespace where you have installed the tutorial might have read access restrictions. Therefore, you need to take server-specific actions to make the directory readable and/or updatable in order for those examples to work. For the add the entry suggested in the file to the entry to make the entire directory readable and updatable. Alternatively, you may change the examples so that they authenticate to the directory.

low cost java and servlet Details of how to do this are described in the lesson. The entries in the file use the distinguished name (DN) "o=JNDITutorial" for the root naming context. If you have not configured your directory server to have "o=JNDITutorial" as a root naming context, then your attempt to import will fail. The easiest way to get around this problem is to add the DN of an existing root naming context to each "dn:" line in the file. For example, if your server already has the root naming context "dc=imc,dc=org", then you should change the line dn: o=JNDITutorial to dn: o=JNDITutorial, dc=imc, dc=org Make this change for each line that begins with "dn:" in the file.

low cost java and servlet Then, in all of the examples in this tutorial, wherever it uses "o=JNDITutorial", use "o=JNDITutorial,dc=imc,dc=org" instead. Depending on the operating system platform that you are using, you might need to edit so that it contains the correct newline characters for that platform. For example, if you find that contains Windows-style newline characters (CRLF) and you are importing this file into a directory server that is running on a Unix platform, then you need to edit the file and replace CRLF with LF. A symptom of this problem is that the directory server rejects all of the entries in . The root naming context is not going to be "o=jnditutorial".

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