Interesting work. Took me a few mins to figure out what was going on.
One way I think it may help me out if for user preferences. I ofen store
such info in an LDAP compliant directory such as MS Site Server and ADSI.
However, I want to be able to pass this kind of info to partners and it
seems as though DSML will be ideal for this. Anyone doing this kind of work?
I could imagine that if it was easily mapped to and from such a directory
structure, you could have your own roaming profile.
Am I way off on this one or should I continue like this? I was doing this
using my own format, but I don't really want to create another way of doing
something this already does.
Can I ask one other quick thing - what competitor specs are being drawn up
This is the first thing I have found that specifically does this...
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From: mich...@ms.inka.de [mailto:mich...@ms.inka.de]On Behalf Of Michael
Sent: 14 July 2000 12:11
Subject: Re: Intro
Steven Livingstone wrote:
I am interested in who is doing what with DSML and
what plans people have to impement with it.
Any links and samples etc... would also be really useful.
My package http://web2ldap.de has very primitive support for
downloading search results in DSML format. Reviews welcome. I
further plan to write a package dsmltools for conversion
DSML<->LDIF, downloading/uploading DSML etc. as command-line tool.