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Manage Anywhere: ldap server

5 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2004-06-15 04:38:22.0Z
Soon Posted on 2004-06-07 16:45:09.0Z
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How can I connect to Sun LDAP server that is not running on
port 389? I have tried to update the port in the ldapserver
table but it didn't work.

How can I use the field mapping from the machine information
to ldap server attributes to identify a specific user or
device?


David Fishburn Posted on 2004-06-09 13:30:41.0Z
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Soon wrote in news:40c49be8.7ed.1681692777@sybase.com:

S> How can I connect to Sun LDAP server that is not running on
S> port 389? I have tried to update the port in the ldapserver
S> table but it didn't work.

Did you read through this section (location from the 9.0.1 Help):

ASA Database Administration Guide
Client/Server Communications
Using the TCP/IP protocol
Connecting using an LDAP server

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Graeme Perrow Posted on 2004-06-09 14:14:50.0Z
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Note that the docs Dave mentions are for Adaptive Server Anywhere, not
Manage Anywhere.

Graeme Perrow
Senior Software Developer
gperrow@ianywhere.com
iAnywhere Solutions Inc.
A Sybase company

Whitepapers, TechDocs, bug fixes are all available through the iAnywhere
Developer Community at http://www.ianywhere.com/developer/

David Fishburn wrote:
> Soon wrote in news:40c49be8.7ed.1681692777@sybase.com:
>
> S> How can I connect to Sun LDAP server that is not running on
> S> port 389? I have tried to update the port in the ldapserver
> S> table but it didn't work.
>
> Did you read through this section (location from the 9.0.1 Help):
>
> ASA Database Administration Guide
> Client/Server Communications
> Using the TCP/IP protocol
> Connecting using an LDAP server
>


David Fishburn Posted on 2004-06-10 12:40:46.0Z
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Graeme Perrow <gperrowNO@SPAMianywhere.PLEASEcom> wrote in news:40c71bad$1
@forums-2-dub:

GP> Note that the docs Dave mentions are for Adaptive Server Anywhere, not
GP> Manage Anywhere.

Ooops, sorry about that.

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David Fishburn


Soon Posted on 2004-06-15 04:38:22.0Z
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Will I be able to find any information on LDAP port
configuration for Manage Anywhere?

> Note that the docs Dave mentions are for Adaptive Server
> Anywhere, not Manage Anywhere.
>
> Graeme Perrow
> Senior Software Developer
> gperrow@ianywhere.com
> iAnywhere Solutions Inc.
> A Sybase company
>
> Whitepapers, TechDocs, bug fixes are all available through
> the iAnywhere Developer Community at
> http://www.ianywhere.com/developer/
>
>
>
> David Fishburn wrote:
> > Soon wrote in news:40c49be8.7ed.1681692777@sybase.com:
> >
> > S> How can I connect to Sun LDAP server that is not
> > running on S> port 389? I have tried to update the port
> > in the ldapserver S> table but it didn't work.
> >
> > Did you read through this section (location from the
> > 9.0.1 Help):
> > ASA Database Administration Guide
> > Client/Server Communications
> > Using the TCP/IP protocol
> > Connecting using an LDAP server
> >
>