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If i want to add my server as a ldap client, how would i do that?

I saw the following example from oracle site. I am not sure where profileName is located?

Can some one provide me the real world experience on how would you add a server as a ldapclient?

ldapclient init \
-a profileName=new \
-a domainName=west.example.com 192.168.0.1
System successfully configured

If i want to do a test run on my test server, how do i setup LDAP server and add server ot the LDAP using ldapclient command?
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I am looking more step by step document for LDAP server installation.
Can you please advise.
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LDAP is a service/component.

I.e. install os, install openldap. add the schema. popuylate data, etc.


search Ldap step by step will provide you the document.
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