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J2EE: LDAP to AD

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I have a  Java web application:

- Java J2EE
- Oracle 10G Database
- Servlets
- LDAP Authentication.

What the bests pratices for:

Change from LDAP Authentication to AD Authentication.
Change from Oracle 10G to SQL Server 2008.

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1. AD can be accessed using LDAP protocol, so you should be able to to LDAP authentication against AD straight away.

2. If your application is well abstracted from the underlying database and uses Hibernate, it can be sufficient to change hibernate dialect, otherwise it is too broad a question.
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