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Once you are finished editing mappings, click on the Security tab. Here, you can set user name (in the form of a Distinguished Name) and password as well as a few basic security policies to control access to the directory server and bound. Before you set these features, verify that your Open Directory servers also have them enabled and/or supported. The settings shown in Figure 2-20 are as follows: Use authentication when connecting: for unauthenticated static bind environments, forces client computers to use a username and password when connecting. This is where you can specify a distinguished name to utilize for directory authentication, allowing non-trusted binds to function when anonymous LDAP access is turned off. Distinguished Name: username of an account located in the LDAPv3 domain specified. Password: password for the Distinguished Name. Disable clear text passwords: sets the client to not establish a connection in the event that an authentication protocol cannot be found and password submission would otherwise revert to cleartext. Digitally sign all packets (requires Kerberos): utilizes Kerberos for signing packets. Encrypt all packets (requires SSL or Kerberos): encrypts all data, not just password, and requires SSL to function appropriately. Block man-in-the-middle attacks (requires Kerberos): typically used in conjunction with Digitally sign all packets option. Once you are satisfied with your settings, click on the OK button, or in order to go from an unauthenticated to a trusted static bind click on the Bind button. If you do not see a Bind button, then you are already using trusted binding. Finally, check the Search Policy and verify that the directory service is included, as described in the next section.

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You can also specify multiple times at which an event will fire. To repeat an event on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, you specify the DAY_IN_WEEK rule and provide a bitwise OR for those dates.

Each order will be represented as a unique identifier for example, /services/orders/1232445 The unique identifier doesn t have to be numeric, but it can be alphanumeric or even a more complicated Globally Unique Identifier (GUID) The root URL can be the host of many orders, which could literally mean millions of orders For the order URL, it s important that you have the ability to filter orders according to a specific status You might be tempted to organize orders according to a date, but I would advise against that Whenever you re creating a root URL, the data in the collection should be accessible in its natural form In a blog application, it s natural to organize by date However, the natural order of a stock application is not by date but rather by order ID Thus, the root orders URL will literally have millions of orders associated with it.

You can bind to multiple directory services, and more specifically to multiple LDAP servers, by using the Search Policy settings to determine which takes priority over the others in the event that the username or computer name in one is duplicitous to another. By specifying the order of the various Directory Services, we can control the order in which they are queried for data. On all OS X machines, the local directory services database will always have precedence. That is, if my local database has a user jdoe , and the Open Directory System that I have bound to also has this user, when I login I will be authenticating against the computer s local user and will receive his information. This is very important to know about OS X. Thus, arranging the order in which Directories are listed is primarily useful for managing environments with multiple disparate Directory

repeat.setInt(RepeatRule.DAY_IN_WEEK, RepeatRule.MONDAY | RepeatRule.WEDNESDAY | RepeatRule.FRIDAY);

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