mod_psldap is an Apache module that performs authentication and authorization against an LDAP server with LDAP based session management. It also provides Web 2.0 based capabilities to add, edit, move, and create new records in the LDAP store, leveraging XSL stylesheets to offload heavy processing to the clients and reduce bandwidth consumption by up to 95% or more.
|Tags||Internet Web HTTP Servers Security Communications Email Address Book|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release provides new core capabilities to support new actions to register users. It also adds LDAP attributes and client side drag and drop editing of the LDAP records to reassign records to superiors, people to managers, and members to groups. A client side form validation framework was introduced, which simplifies validation through leverage of custom attributes on the input elements.
Release Notes: This is a bug fix release to address variations on the initially tested configurations. It also restores isolation of site specific configurations to simplify an upgrade.
Release Notes: This release introduces support on handheld devices and XSLT execution on the Apache server. Users can now download contact records as VCF files from LDAP using these new capabilities, and are free to create other complex file types leveraging this new feature. Additional capabilities have been created to introduce HTTP session persistence within LDAP to allow for single sign on across Apache instances; this session management feature is provided in a beta form and is disabled by default.
Release Notes: This release provides AJAX functionality, allowing for the DSML form of the LDAP records to be browsed offline from either the organizational or management tree views. A minor issue with recognition of the search scope as defined in the URI has also been addressed, along with the partial introduction of vcard export capabilities.
Release Notes: This release fixes DN references for DNs containing &, and a minor authorization defect when there is no authentication. It adds scope management on searches and IM link integration.