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February 5, 2008

~ LDAP was born at the University of Michigan in 1992. ~Huge read over write ratio, Typically more easily extended, Typically more distributed, Typically more replication

Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) consists of two architectural components:
~ An object model that serves as the API
~ Service Provider Interface (SPI)

Context – core interface to traverse, searching, etc., objects in the directory
~ Name – Abstraction over the namespace of the directory
~ Bindings – Name-to-object relationship within the directory. The “object” is often a Context
object.
~ Reference – Contains information on how to construct a copy of the object in the LDAP store.

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