Out of the box, WebSphere Lombardi Edition (Lombardi) comes configured with a single federated internal repository that provides default groups and users for the Lombardi environment. You can create new users and groups in this internal repository and use these users and roles as part of the business process definition. However, many organizations use LDAP for user and group management and would rather use the users and groups from LDAP as part of their business process. In this tutorial, you'll learn how you can use the internal Lombardi repository in conjunction with LDAP. You'll learn how to configure LDAP with Lombardi and use it as part of your business processes.
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to:
- Set up users and groups in LDAP
- Configure LDAP with Lombardi
- Associate LDAP roles with a Lombardi business process
You need to be familiar with WebSphere Lombardi Edition V7.1 and Tivoli LDAP V6.3.
You need WebSphere Lombardi Edition V7.1 and Tivoli LDAP V6.3 installed and running in any supported environment. For this tutorial, we used Microsoft® Windows® XP.
This tutorial takes about 2 hours to complete.