Oracle Internet Directory

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Oracle Internet Directory 10g (

Oracle Internet Directory 10g (9.0.4)  

Oracle Internet Directory is a general purpose LDAP directory service that enables fast retrieval and centralised management of information about dispersed users and network resources.

Oracle Internet Directory has a unique multi-threaded, multi-process, multi-instance process model that combines LDAP v3 with the high performance, scalability, robustness, and availability of the Oracle Database server.

Oracle Internet Directory runs as an Oracle Database application, for which the database holds the directory data.

Oracle Internet Directory (OID) Release 10g (9.0.4) is a scalable, robust LDAP V3-compliant directory service that runs as an application on the Oracle9i Database Server. It is a vital component in the Oracle Identity Management infrastructure. OID implements several authentication levels and allows access to the directory to be controlled through the use of access control lists. It also offers sophisticated password policy management capabilities and facilities to permit directory events to be selected by the directory administrator and subsequently audited. Tools for manipulating large volumes of LDAP data and for directory administration are provided.