Beppu City, Oita, Japan
Jan. 31, 2001 to Feb. 2, 2001
C.Y. Liu , National Sun Yat-Sen University
J.H. Chen , National Sun Yat-Sen University
C.Y. Sung , Chung Yuan Christian University
As the Internet quickly grows up, more and more services are full of the Internet. How to provide high quality, convenient, and personalized services to users are important issues for Internet service providers to keep customers to connect to their web sites. Directory is an important part of Internet technology to support such needs. Directory exists in a multitude of applications ranging from operating systems, asset management systems, security systems, etc. Furthermore, The Gartner Group, a market research firm, predicts that 40% to 90% portion of new software and hardware will be directory related products at end of year 2001 to 2003. In directory industry field, we can divide products into 3 fields: directory server, management system, and directory application. Management system is one of the important parts of directory services. Now directory management system focused on non web-based system. While directory services applied on Internet services, it is necessary to provide web-based management interface. Web-based management interface will provide advantages of ubiquity, cross platform, thin client, and reduced TCO (total cost of ownership). In this paper, we proposed and implemented a web-based LDAP management architecture to provide such benefits and to manage multiple LDAP servers. We used the standard protocol and popular software of Internet technology usually used to build the system, so the system is easy to be ported and minimized change of original system. In addition, we also considered the security factors while designed and constructed the system.
C.Y. Liu, J.H. Chen, C.Y. Sung, "Design and Implementation of Secure Web-based LDAP Management System", ICOIN, 2001, The International Conference on Information Networking 2014 (ICOIN2014), The International Conference on Information Networking 2014 (ICOIN2014) 2001, pp. 259, doi:10.1109/ICOIN.2001.905437