What is YASLI?
As you have already
read before, YASLI stands for
"Yet another simple LDAP Interface".
YASLI is a couple of Perlscripts
which all together makes up an
Webinterface for simple, secure and
of LDAP Users and Groups.
It's been designed for 1st
level administration of user attributes.
So, if you are looking for
an web-based tool, which enables you or
your colleagues to easily
add, modify or delete users defined in an
LDAP tree, then this is probably the right tool for you.
If you're looking for an tool to
administer or build up an complete
LDAP, then this is definitively not the right tool for you (but if
you've done your LDAP
structure entities and attributes, then you
might find this tool handy).
The current release
is v0.1 and as you can imagin this stands only
for an limited set of
Actualy you can only do the following:
What does it look
like? Take a short look at the screenshot
of the search page.
- search users
- add new users
- delete users
- modify users attributes
- users can change their own password
So, whats on the TODO-List:
- support for different LDAP structures
- import / export to LDIF
- include administration of LDAP Groups
- access-control within the scripts
(at the moment the webserver has to do that)
- implementation of session handling