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aWebDap is an easy-to-use and flexible Web front end to OpenLDAP version 2. It allows one to query, view, create, delete, and modify LDAP entries. It is written with address book suppport in mind. It also supports VCARD, Mapquest/Google maps, LDAP URL address book interface (Outlook), Web-enabled cell phones, and multiple domains. Its capabilities are driven by a configuration file that defines options and user presentation. It can interface with Web servers with CGI support.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  08 Sep 2008 09:52

    Release Notes: Configuration directives for display flexibility of search results were added.

    •  01 Sep 2007 21:21

      Release Notes: Google maps support was added. LDAP filter support was enhanced. Error reporting was improved. Minor bugs were fixed.

      •  27 Nov 2005 08:25

        Release Notes: Support for specifying language and charset was added. AWebDap now supports Yahoo map URLs.

        •  04 Apr 2005 23:33

          Release Notes: This release adds support for WTAI to dial and add numbers to the Cell address book, CSS for the commercial version. ImgAttribute to allow LDAP attribute references to be displayed as an image, and support for Mapquest links based on address. Leading and trailing blanks on search text input are stripped. The latest LDAP does not support searches for "***" or "**". AWebDap will no longer submit such a search.

          •  05 Jul 2003 02:07

            Release Notes: This release adds support for https, cellphones, and new customization features.

            Recent comments

            01 Jul 2002 10:06 whitemice

            LDAP Documentation
            I have composed (and am maintaining) a fairly extensive presentation on LDAP, OpenLDAP, and integration with various services. ldapv3.pdf ( hosted by the Kalamazoo Linux Users Group ( (Kalamazoo, Mi. USA)


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