please discuss this on the list.
I do not fully understand why you need synchronization.
If it is because your LDAP client (i.e. liferay) only supports
one LDAP-URI but you have two different user directories
(AD and OpenLDAP), than there would be no need for
synchronization: OpenLDAP could be used to integrate both
directories under one URL (e.g. by meta backend)
On 25.03.2013 10:02, Suman Karki wrote:
thank you for your reply. And i need some help that can perform my
I am using liferey for web hosting. Which is http://www.liferay.com/
I am managing liferay's user accounts with open ldap server.
And i need to sync AD to Open Ldap .
So through one Open Ldap server configuration i can access both
servers user account.
I have admin access to both server.
Just, I need to sync AD to Open Ldap server for user account accessing.
On 3/25/13, Mark Pröhl <mark(a)mproehl.net> wrote:
> on 25.03.2013 06:57, Suman Karki wrote:
>> I am running open ldap server in redhat server, and active directory
>> in win server 2008.
>> I have admin access to both servers.
>> The thing is that i have to sync both server, like from openldap i
>> could access active directory data.
>> So anybody tell me how can we synchronize both server, any solutions ?
>> or it will be better if anyone provide me some tutorials or better
>> give me some documentation?
>> please i need to solve this problem as soon as possible.
> can you describe your requirements a little bit more? I.e.
> - which attributes do you need to be synchronized?
> - do you need to synchronize from AD to OpenLDAP
> or from OpenLDAP to AD or in both directions?
> - do you need passwords to be synchronized?
> BTW: OpenLDAP can be configured as a (caching) LDAP
> proxy to Active Directory. Configuring that is much
> more simple than synchronization with AD.
> For synchronization you will need some kind of
> 3rd-party product, like the SPML based solution
> mentioned here:
> Mark Pröhl