Novell's NDS Developer's Guide

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Novell's NDS™ Developer's Guide "Novell's hard-earned experience deploying NDS in thousands of customer sites, supporting millions of daily users, has taught us a lot about how to build applications and services that really get the most out of a directory service. We're glad to share that experience with developers like you through this book. "Building directory-enabled applications and services with NDS means delivering more value, more customer benefit. That's the promise of directories — giving developers more time and technologies with which to innovate, and giving customers more return for their investment. Together, it's an unbeatable combination." — Dr. Eric Schmidt, Chairman and CEO, Novell, Inc. Leverage the Power of Novell Directory Services
  • Develop NDS-aware ActiveX controls and JavaBeans
  • Use Delphi to create a password administration application
  • Build reports using the NDS ODBC Driver and Crystal Reports
  • Learn the fundamentals of JavaScript and CGI scripting for Web programming
  • Manipulate NDS using cross-platform APIs and the LDAP APIs
  • Master NetBasic NDS library calls and other related libraries
  • Access NDS using JNDI and ADSI
  • Find out how to extend NetWareŽ Administrator and ConsoleOne™
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About the Authors The authors of this book are a select group of Novell internal engineers chosen for their expertise and experience. Each is directly involved in the development of the specific technology they cover in this book: Chris Andrew, Kent Boogert, Brian G. Brown, David Fox, Michael G. Hiatt, David Shelley, and David Ward, Java Technology; Bill G. Bodine and Karl Bunnell, Novell Consulting Services; Ed Shropshire, Developer Services; Jim Thatcher, Advanced Development; and Daniel Wilson, ConsoleOne Development.

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