Monthly Archives: July 2012

Data Normalization and Reporting Tutorial

Data is what I do for a living, and in this article, I’m going to load some raw data into a database, normalize it for reporting and website use, and run some reports using, at first, grouping statements, and finally I’ll jump into analytic functions. I’m going to be working with PostgreSQL, for a couple […]

Basic Configuration of OpenLDAP

After getting a basic understanding of OpenLDAP (perhaps using my other article The Basics of OpenLDAP) and LDAP systems in general, we can spend a few minutes analyzing OpenLDAP configuration and modification, at a very high level. The previous article shows where the configuration is stored, but it is all accessible and modifiable via the […]

The Basics of OpenLDAP

When starting a business, or any general login service, LDAP is something that is often thought of but rarely really understood. OpenLDAP installation and configuration can be at best confusing and at worst frustrating and difficult to understand. With the next set of tutorials I hope to dispell some of the information about ldap that […]