Associating WebSphere Lombardi V7.2 attributes with users defined in OpenLDAP and routing tasks

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Sateesh Balakrishnan

Date archived: September 8, 2016 | First published: January 18, 2012

This article demonstrates a design pattern using WebSphere® Lombardi attributes along with users defined in an OpenLDAP server for activities such as decision making or routing. If user attributes (such as language) are defined in an LDAP server and used for routine activities, such as routing in WebSphere Lombardi, there is some cost involved in querying the attributes using a JNDI API from an LDAP server. The recommended design pattern can help improve performance and can be adopted without using the User Synchronization option in WebSphere Lombardi.

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