Projects / iiitAccessServer


The iiitAccessServer is a rule-based enterprise authorization system written in Java. It works as a server and is usable with any programming language able to open a socket. The server fetches its data from LDAP and stores it in optimized form in one or more MySQL databases, used as a persistent 2nd-level cache to achieve high performance. The entire system is designed to be scalable and fault-tolerant.

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  •  02 Jun 2003 21:58

    Release Notes: Some minor bugfixes and optimizations are done. For client programs written in Java, a new RMI interface was introduced.

    •  01 Feb 2003 19:01

      Release Notes: Minor bugfixes, optimizations, and enhancements.

      •  16 Jan 2003 02:30

        Release Notes: Documentation Updates: Improved navigation.

        •  08 Jan 2003 12:52

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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