On Donnerstag, 17. Januar 2008, Michael Ströder wrote:
Ralf Haferkamp wrote:
> On Mittwoch, 16. Januar 2008, Michael Ströder wrote:
>> Ralf Haferkamp wrote:
>>>> For 1. I usually ask my customers how they are going to
>>>> implement the change management. After some discussion we
>>>> usually end up with text-based config managed with version
>>>> control. Something simple and handy. :-)
>>> Yes, I guess that this works pretty well when you deploy OpenLDAP
>>> (or basically any other software) at a single customer. It gets
>>> harder when you ship OpenLDAP as a part of a product,
>> I already imagined what your aim is. ;-)
> Of course my aim is somewhat focused on what I am getting paid for,
> whose isn't? :)
Yes, this was not meant as offense.
I didn't take it as an offense. But thanks
for clarifying ;-)
> But additionally to that I was trying to find out if
> there is a general interest among the OpenLDAP Developers to have
> some kind of management tools/api.
I consider the LDAP C API to be inspired by what is sent/received
over the wire. I'd expect such a higher-level management API to be
inspired by certain management use-cases. So which use-cases do you
have in mind?
I listed some in my last reply to Ando.