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* src/guide.tex: Fixed typos.

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Mickaël Rémond 2006-10-27 16:37:10 +00:00
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2006-10-27 Mickael Remond <mickael.remond@process-one.net>
* src/guide.tex: Fixed typos.
2006-10-25 Mickael Remond <mickael.remond@process-one.net>
* src/ejabberd_rdbms.erl: It is now possible to use ldap or internal

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<TT>ejabberd</TT> can map LDAP attributes to vCard fields. This behaviour is
implemented in the <TT>mod_vcard_ldap</TT> module. This module does not depend on the
authentication method (see&nbsp;<A HREF="#sec:ldapauth">4.5.2</A>). The <TT>mod_vcard_ldap</TT> module
has its own optional parameters. The first group of parameters has the same
authentication method (see&nbsp;<A HREF="#sec:ldapauth">4.5.2</A>). The <TT>mod_vcard_ldap</TT> module has
its own optional parameters. The first group of parameters has the same
meaning as the top-level LDAP parameters to set the authentication method:
<TT>ldap_servers</TT>, <TT>ldap_port</TT>, <TT>ldap_rootdn</TT>,
<TT>ldap_password</TT>, <TT>ldap_base</TT>, <TT>ldap_uidattr</TT>,
<TT>ldap_uidattr_format</TT> and <TT>ldap_filter</TT>. See
section&nbsp;<A HREF="#sec:ldapauth">4.5.2</A> for detailed information about these options. If one
of these options is not set, <TT>ejabberd</TT> will look for the top-level option with
the same name. The second group of parameters consists of the following
<TT>mod_vcard_ldap</TT>-specific options:
<TT>ldap_password</TT>, <TT>ldap_base</TT>, <TT>ldap_uids</TT>, and
<TT>ldap_filter</TT>. See section&nbsp;<A HREF="#sec:ldapauth">4.5.2</A> for detailed information
about these options. If one of these options is not set, <TT>ejabberd</TT> will look
for the top-level option with the same name. The second group of parameters
consists of the following <TT>mod_vcard_ldap</TT>-specific options:
<DL CLASS="description" COMPACT=compact><DT CLASS="dt-description">
<B><TT>hosts</TT></B><DD CLASS="dd-description"> This option defines the hostnames of the

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\ejabberd{} can map LDAP attributes to vCard fields. This behaviour is
implemented in the \modvcardldap{} module. This module does not depend on the
authentication method (see~\ref{sec:ldapauth}). The \modvcardldap{} module
has its own optional parameters. The first group of parameters has the same
authentication method (see~\ref{sec:ldapauth}). The \modvcardldap{} module has
its own optional parameters. The first group of parameters has the same
meaning as the top-level LDAP parameters to set the authentication method:
\option{ldap\_servers}, \option{ldap\_port}, \option{ldap\_rootdn},
\option{ldap\_password}, \option{ldap\_base}, \option{ldap\_uidattr},
\option{ldap\_uidattr\_format} and \option{ldap\_filter}. See
section~\ref{sec:ldapauth} for detailed information about these options. If one
of these options is not set, \ejabberd{} will look for the top-level option with
the same name. The second group of parameters consists of the following
\modvcardldap{}-specific options:
\option{ldap\_password}, \option{ldap\_base}, \option{ldap\_uids}, and
\option{ldap\_filter}. See section~\ref{sec:ldapauth} for detailed information
about these options. If one of these options is not set, \ejabberd{} will look
for the top-level option with the same name. The second group of parameters
consists of the following \modvcardldap{}-specific options:
\begin{description}
\hostitem{vjud}