Softerra LDAP AdministratorTM is an easy-to-use LDAP administration tool designed to work with almost any LDAP server including Active Directory, Novell Directory Services, Netscape/iPlanet, etc.

Softerra LDAP AdministratorTM significantly simplifies management of LDAP directories providing advanced directory search facilities, bulk update operations, group membership management facilities, etc. Customizable directory reports equip administrative personnel with information necessary for effective monitoring and audit. Directory data can be exported and imported in LDIF, CSV, DSML1, DSML2 and other formats. LDAP-SQL support allows managing LDAP entries using SQL-like syntax and performing LDAP operations that cannot be executed via standard LDAP means.

Data Export

LDAP Administrator lets you easily transfer or back up directory information by exporting it to a file in LDIF, DSMLv1, DSMLv2, MS Excel, CSV, Plain Text, or HTML format. With LDAP Administrator, you can not only export data while browsing a directory tree, but also export LDAP entries contained in the Basket or search results obtained using the Directory Search, Reports, LDAP-SQL Query and Quick Search tools.

Data Import

LDAP Administrator provides handy wizards that enable data import from LDIF, DSMLv1, DSMLv2, and CSV files to your directory.

LDAP Import/Export from Command Line

Sometimes it may be necessary to export or import directory data in the unattended mode. For example, you may want to set up a daily backup of your directory data or to make an LDIF import a part of your custom deployment scenario. For this purpose, you can use the laimex tool supplied with LDAP Administrator and used to import or export directory data without having to run the LDAP Administrator GUI.

Importing Data from LDAP Request Log

LDAP Administrator's LDAP Request Log allows you to track LDAP requests and responses received by the server. As the information contained in the log is presented in LDIF or DSML2 formats, it can be copied to the file and then imported to the server, thus reproducing the work of the application.