Seth Miller

Technical ramblings of an IT guy

Tag: ldap

Query Active Directory From Your PC

I’m working on an Enterprise Manager 12c implementation with a client which includes integration with Active Directory for user authentication and authorization. The question came up, “How do I know which users are in which groups in EM?”. Since the AD groups in which the users belong correlate directly with the roles in EM, I […]

Tnsnames.ora and XML Solution

I have always found the Oracle connection strings (typically tnsnames.ora) difficult to manage. Even when using LDAP instead of the file, the connection strings still need to be managed even though it only has to be done in one place. After some planning and learning (and relearning) some atrophied perl skills, I created a set […]