[erlang-questions] Implementing an erlang server to host organizational data
Wed Dec 2 19:23:24 CET 2015
OpenLDAP is one of the simplest to utilize LDAP servers
I would also like to point you into the direction of RethinkDB which
might help you with your requirement to propagate changes to the
On Wed, Dec 2, 2015 at 3:51 AM, Khitai Pang <khitai.pang@REDACTED> wrote:
> On 2015/12/1 22:50, Kevin Montuori wrote:
>>>>>>> "kp" == Khitai Pang <khitai.pang@REDACTED> writes:
>> kp> I am writing an erlang server to host organizational data, e.g.
>> kp> hierarchy of a company.
>> kp> How to store the data on disk? Mnesia? How to organize the
>> kp> data?
>> When faced with these requirements, I'd use an LDAP directory for the
>> on-disk storage. There are any number of roll-you-own solutions but for
>> a commercial (read "real world") application it's hard to beat LDAP.
>> The eldap application will get you going. Should you require a polyglot
>> solution you'll find there are few languages that can't handle LDAP.
> It seems eldap is an LDAP client api. Is there any LDAP server written in
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