IBM Directory Server for iSeries (LDAP)
IBM Directory Server for iSeries™ (hereafter referred to as Directory Server) is a function of the i5/OS® that provides a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) server. LDAP runs over Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and is popular as a directory service for both Internet and non-Internet applications.
The following topics provide you with information to help you understand and use the Directory Server.
- What's new for V5R4
Information about the changes and improvements made to Directory Server since the last release.
- Printable PDF
A PDF version of this information topic.
- Directory Server concepts
Information about Directory Server concepts.
- Getting started with Directory Server
Get started installing, migrating, planning, customizing, and administering the Directory Server.
- Directory Server scenarios
Use this information to review scenarios that illustrate examples of typical Directory Server tasks.
- Administering Directory Server
Use this information to manage the Directory Server.
Reference material related to Directory Server such as command line utilities and LDIF information.
- Troubleshooting Directory Server
Information to help you solve problems. Includes suggestions for collecting service data and solving specific problems.
- Related information
Additional information related to Directory Server.