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LDAP libraries The LDAP feature of SQL Anywhere permits database client applications access to a central LDAP server that maintains a directory of all the servers in an enterprise. Once it has registered itself with an LDAP server, SQL Anywhere can relay requests from clients that want to locate other servers within the organization. This feature is supported only if the Linux installation contains one of the supported LDAP versions. Support for all the other components of SQL Anywhere is independent of which, if any, version of LDAP is installed. To find the LDAP version, run ls -al /usr/lib/libldap*.* at a shell prompt. In the following example, the version numbers is .

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