IPP> FW: RFC 2926 on Conversion of LDAP Schemas

IPP> FW: RFC 2926 on Conversion of LDAP Schemas

IPP> FW: RFC 2926 on Conversion of LDAP Schemas

McDonald, Ira imcdonald at sharplabs.com
Thu Oct 5 12:37:39 EDT 2000


Hi folks,

This is a key document in the SLP and LDAP worlds.

Cheers,
- Ira McDonald, consulting architect at Xerox and Sharp
  High North Inc

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Subject: RFC 2926 on Conversion of LDAP Schemas



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        RFC 2926

        Title:	    Conversion of LDAP Schemas to and from SLP
                    Templates 
        Author(s):  J. Kempf, R. Moats, P. St. Pierre
        Status:     Informational
	Date:       September 2000
        Mailbox:    james.kempf at sun.com, rmoats at coreon.net,
                    Pete.StPierre at Eng.Sun.COM 
        Pages:      27
        Characters: 55365
        Updates/Obsoletes/SeeAlso:  None

        I-D Tag:    draft-ietf-svrloc-template-conversion-08.txt

        URL:        ftp://ftp.isi.edu/in-notes/rfc2926.txt


This document describes a procedure for mapping between Service
Location Protocol (SLP) service advertisements and lightweight
directory access protocol (LDAP) descriptions of services.  The
document covers two aspects of the mapping.  One aspect is mapping
between SLP service type templates and LDAP directory schema.  Because
the SLP service type template grammar is relatively simple, mapping
from service type templates to LDAP types is straightforward.  Mapping
in the other direction is straightforward if the attributes are
restricted to use just a few of the syntaxes defined in RFC 2252. If
arbitrary ASN.1 types occur in the schema, then the mapping is more
complex and may even be impossible.  The second aspect is
representation of service information in an LDAP directory.  The
recommended representation simplifies interoperability with SLP by
allowing SLP directory agents to backend into LDAP directory
servers. The resulting system allows service advertisements to
propagate easily between SLP and LDAP.

This document is a product of the Service Location Protocol Working
Group of the IETF.

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Joyce K. Reynolds and Sandy Ginoza
USC/Information Sciences Institute

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