Fljud (the Flexible LDAP Jabber User Directory) is a JUD that uses an LDAP directory for user information. You may find it to be very useful if you already have a Jabber server using LDAP for account authentication and vcards. It can replace your existing JUD, or can be quickly adapted to present and edit other information from your LDAP directory using Jabber.
|Tags||Database Front-Ends Communications Chat|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release includes a contributed patch to fix LDAP binds that use UTF-8 data, and a contributed patch to build search filters sensibly. The lack of standards compliance regarding JEP-55 is noted. Basic instructions have been added for use with Jabberd 2.
Release Notes: It is now possible to define a single browse folder. Sanity checks for browse and field configuration have been improved. XML attributes are now escaped as entities correctly. There is better error reporting and cleaner XML search results.
No changes have been submitted for this release.