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Chapter 42. LDAP > Summary

Summary

LDAP is a directory protocol used as an interface to many disparate directory vendors. It allows a common coding interface for developers to access directory information. LDAP is similar to other data management systems, such as databases, and is read-optimized for fast, high-volume lookup searches. ColdFusion uses the <cfldap> tag to provide query and update actions on LDAP-compliant servers.

Sample Questions

1:What does LDAP use as a unique reference or primary key in the directory hierarchy?
  1. UUID (Universally Unique Identifier)

  2. DN (distinguished name)

  3. RDN (relative distinguished name)

  4. objectclass

2:Which <cfldap> attribute is used to specify the distinguished name of the entry for a directory branch within which a search is performed?
  1. start

  2. startrow

  3. dn

  4. scope

3:In LDAP, the distinguished name is what? (select two)
  1. A unique reference to an attribute in the directory

  2. A concatenation of an RDN and its ancestor attributes

  3. The name of an entry in the directory

  4. The objectclass definition


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