[CalendarServer-users] LDAP authentication
dreid at apple.com
Wed May 9 13:45:48 PDT 2007
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On May 9, 2007, at 1:28 PM, Ben Gollmer wrote:
> On May 9, 2007, at 12:25 PM, David Reid wrote:
>> It should be possible to use python-ldap without any design
>> changes to the twistedcaldav.directory APIs however python-ldap is
>> not an asynchronous API so it's performance in our twisted server
>> may be suboptimal and require the use of a caching mechanism
>> similar to OpenDirectoryService's.
>> P.S. If anyone feels incredibly motivated to pursue any course of
>> action along the lines of implementing some sort of LDAP Directory
>> Service I'm sure it would be welcome.
> I'd like to take a crack at it. I'm familiar with Python LDAP
> programming, not so much with the calendar server's source
> (although I have been using it for several months now). I'm also
> interested in the potential of using other LDAP directories as
> authentication backends.
> I can see that I have to implement the methods in
> twistedcaldav.directory.directory; anyplace else I should look to
> get started?
The formal interface definition is in
twistedcaldav.directory.idirectory. You may also look at the
appleopendirectory source in that same directory.
"Usually the protocol is this: I appoint someone for a task,
which they are not qualified to do. Then, they have to fight
a bear if they don't want to do it." -- Glyph Lefkowitz
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