Accessing Secured LDAP (ldaps) by java client and spring java program?

Posted on 2011-10-27
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
1) Java client:
Currently my java code accesses unsecured LDAP. Now my ldap is secured by ssl. what changes i need to make in intialcontext to access secured ldap. Also do i need to encode the I info I sent to ldap and decode the information received from LDAP? I use lot of search filter to retrieve information from java and also create object. Do client also need any cert file?

1) Spring java program : I also use spring authetication for a different project. What changes i need to do in my file to access secured ldap.

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    If web business component accesses secured ldap, do I need to add this \ \ in app server runtime argument?

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