[erlang-questions] Implementing an erlang server to host organizational data

Alex Shneyderman a.shneyderman@REDACTED
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
listening clients.


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.
>> the
>>      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.
>> k.
> It seems eldap is an LDAP client api.  Is there any LDAP server written in
> Erlang?
> Thanks
> Khitai
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