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How to Use The OVD Dynamic Entry Tree Plugin (Doc ID 428777.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 27, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Virtual Directory - Version 10.1.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


How to use and configure the Oracle Virtual Directory (OVD) Dynamic Entry Tree plugin

According to the Oracle Virtual Directory Product Manual 10g (, Appendix B: Bundled Plug-ins, a Dynamic Entry Tree is defined as follows:

The Dynamic Entry Tree is a general purpose plug-in that can be used to generate virtual directory tree hierarchy by using attributes found in entry leaf nodes. Example, if an adapter has a root of o=<COMPANY>.com and users are present as uid=<UID1>,ou=<OU1>,o=<COMPANY>.com, this plug-in can insert new hierarchy using data present in the user's entry. For example, uid=<UID1>,ou=<OU2>,ou=<OU1>,o=<COMPANY>.com.

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