LDAP for windows XP home edition
I need to set up a distributed app to demo on a single laptop running windows XP home edition. To do this I need an LDAP server. My first thought was active directory but, unless I am misreading, that doesn't come with Home edition.
If you're using Java you could use the file system JNDI service provider - set the initial context factory to "com.sun.jndi.fscontext.RefFSContextFactory" and provide an valid file path as the provider URL and it will store your bindings in a file called ".bindings".
thanks Walter. Obviously this topic didn't inspire a lot of response. I will give it a try
Check out the JNDI tutorial on the Sun Java site. We're currently using the file system provider to store one or two simple values.
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