How to join LDAP and Apache Derby
Discover how to join LDAP with Apache Derby for integrated analysis.
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The LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) is a vendor-neutral, open, industry standard application protocol for maintaining and accessing distributed directory information services over an IP (Internet Protocol) network. LDAP enables access to locate organizations, individuals, and resources such as files and devices in a network, both on public Internet and on corporate intranet.
About Apache Derby
Apache Derby is an open source relational database and an Apache DB subproject implemented entirely in Java. Key advantages include a small footprint, and an embedded JDBC driver based on Java. Derby is easy to install, use, and deploy as well as supporting the familiar server/client mode.
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