We have just uploaded OpenDS 2.1.0-build001, built from revision 5775 of our source tree, to our promoted builds folder. This is the first development build past 2.0, on the path to the 2.2 release planned for October 2009.
In addition to many corrections, the build includes the following new features:
- Scalable import
- External changelog compliant with the Internet-Draft “Definition of an Object Class to Hold LDAP Change Records”, draft-good-ldap-changelog-04.txt
- Fractional replication
- Extensible matching rules for time base attributes
- Support for custom syntaxes based on substitution, regular expressions or enumeration
- Remote server management in control panel
- Recurrent tasks in control Panel
- Default automatic Backup in the control panel
- Separation of LDAP Servers and Replication Servers for replication
- Ability to merge disjoint replication topologies
- Dsconfig script friendly mode
The direct link to download the core server is: http://www.opends.org/promoted-builds/2.1.0-build001/OpenDS-2.1.0-build001.zip
The direct link to download the DSML gateway is: http://www.opends.org/promoted-builds/2.1.0-build001/OpenDS-2.1.0-build001-DSML.war
We have also updated the archive that may be used to install OpenDS via Java Web Start. You may launch that using the URL http://www.opends.org/promoted-builds/2.1.0-build001/install/QuickSetup.jnlp, or visit https://www.opends.org/wiki/page/OverviewOfTheQuickSetupTool for more information.
Detailed information about this build is available at http://www.opends.org/promoted-builds/2.1.0-build001, including the detailed change log
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Hi Ludo. The roadmap only mentions OpenDS 2.2 (and 2.0). How does 2.1 relate to 2.2? Dates? Are the new features in the control panel intended for 2.1 or 2.2?
Thanks, – eduard/o
OpenDS uses a versioning scheme where even minor version numbers are stable release and odd minor version numbers are development builds.
So we’re done with 2.0. The promoted builds are now numbered 2.1.0-buildxxx until we create a branch, produce one or two 2.2.0 Release Candidates and the final stable release in October.
The sustained versions, if any, of the OpenDS 2.0 server will be versioned 2.0.1, 2.0…
As a result, the roadmap only shows 1.0, 2.0, 2.2, (a 2.4 pretty soon) and 3.0.
Thanks! That explains the situation.
since you know a lot about LDAP, I just wanted to ask you which PHP implementation for LDAP whould you recommand. A lot of them can authenticate against LDAP, but I haven’t found one that can create new LDAP records.
I’m not the biggest fan of PHP, but you can find an example for adding objects to an LDAP directory server with PHP here : http://us2.php.net/manual/en/function.ldap-add.php
There is a PHP wrapper on top of OpenLDAP libraries. Details for installing and configuring are here : http://us2.php.net/manual/en/ldap.setup.php