What's new

What's new in 1.5.0

Entry editors enhancements

The traditional table entry editor can now work in offline mode where modifications aren't saved immediately.

A new LDIF etry editor is now available, it renders LDAP entries in LDIF format and allows editing of those entries.

Both editors can operate in single-tab (opens each entry in the same editor tab) or in multi-tab (opens each entry in its own editor tab) mode.

Modify operations (add, delete, replace) are configurable which allows specific adjustments for various directory servers.

Enhanced Connection Security

Server certificates of secure connections (ldaps and StartTLS) are now validated.

Kerberos authentication is now supported.

New value editors

Various new value editors are available:

  • Certificate value editor to view and edit X.509 certificates.

  • Value editors for Microsoft Active Directory objectGUID and objectSid attributes

  • Value editor for UUID syntax

A number of bug fixes and improvements

Besides these key new features, the LDAP Browser plugin has received a number of bug fixes and improvements. A detailed report is provided in the Release Notes section.

What's new in 1.4.0

Internationalization

Apache Directory Studio is now fully internationalized. Out of the box English, French and German translations are provided.

Quick Search

The Quick Search could be used to search the DIT without opening a search dialog an filling all the input fields. See Quick Search for details.

Date & Time Editor

The new Date & Time Editor help you to view and edit attributes with generalized time syntax.

A number of bug fixes and improvements

Besides these key new features, the LDAP Browser plugin has received a number of bug fixes and improvements. A detailed report is provided in the Release Notes section.

What's new in 1.3.0

Edit Entry wizard

Using this wizard it is possible to edit an entry offline and make multiple modifications and submit all modification in one request to the server. For instance this is necessary when adding a new object class which contains some mandatory attributes. Please see Edit Entry wizard for details.

Paged Results control

The paged results control is supported. It could be used to fetch only a limited number of entries from the server while browsing in the DIT.

LDIF Import: Overwrite existing Entries

Now it is possible to select whether existing entries should be overwritten during an LDIF import. This is useful if you already imported LDIF data into your directory and you want to import some modified LDIF.

Go to DN Dialog

There's a new DN which could be used to find an entry in DIT by its distinguished name.

A number of bug fixes and improvements

Besides these key new features, the LDAP Browser plugin has received a number of bug fixes and improvements. A detailed report is provided in the Release Notes section.

What's new in 1.2.0

New Search Logs View

A new Search Logs view has been added to the LDAP Browser plugin. This view lets the user review all the searches he has been running on a server and makes it very handy and easy to copy/paste LDAP URLs or command line from the searches run in the UI.

Connections Import/Export

It is now possible to import/export the connections from/to a single file. This is very interesting to share connections between computers or people.

A number of bug fixes

Besides these key new features, the LDAP Browser plugin has received a number of bug fixes. A detailed report is provided in the Release Notes section.

What's new in 1.1.0

Folders in the Connections View

The LDAP Browser plugin now supports reoganizing connections inside folders in the Connections View . This is a great improvement for grouping related connections together and keep the view clean.

Object Classes selection improved when creating a new entry

The Object Classes page of the New Entry Wizard has been quite improved with:

  • an icon aside each object class indicating whether it is an 'Abstract', 'Auxiliary' or 'Structural' object class

  • a new warning panel, showing up when the current selection does not contain any structural

  • new key bindings for a better selection of object classes using the keyboard

Support for lowercased Hash Methods in the Password Editor

The Password Editor has been updated to support lowercased Hash Methods (e.g. "{crypt}"). The Password Editor now supports the following Hash Methods in both uppercase and lowercase:

  • CRYPT

  • SHA

  • SSHA

  • SSHA

  • MD5

  • SMD5

A number of bug fixes

Besides these key new features, the LDAP Browser plugin has received a number of bug fixes. A detailed report is provided in the Release Notes section.