Storage drivers

Storage drivers – Introduction

Overview

PEAR::Auth uses a number of so called storage containers to store the login data. The following passages describe all of them. If the containers that come with the package don't fit your needs, it is easy to create custom ones, also.

Available Containers

Array

Storage container using a PHP Array.

DB

Storage container using PEAR DB.

DBLite

A simplified version of the DB container that only provides user authentication. No user management functions are provided.

File

Storage container using PEAR File_Passwd.

IMAP

Storage container for use against IMAP servers.

KADM5

Storage container for use against Kerberos V servers.

LDAP

Storage container for use against LDAP servers.

MDB

Storage container using PEAR MDB.

MDB2

Storage container using PEAR MDB2.

Multiple

Storage container for using multiple Auth_Containers in a fall through manner.

PEAR

Storage container for use against the PEAR website.

POP3

Storage container for use against a POP3 server.

RADIUS

Storage container for use against a RADIUS server.

SAP

Storage container for use against a SAP server.

SMBPasswd

Storage container using PEAR File_SMBPasswd.

SOAP

Storage container for use against a SOAP service using PEAR SOAP as the client.

SOAP5

Storage container for use against a SOAP service using PHP5 SOAP as the client.

vpopmail

Storage container using vpopmail.

Custom

Instructions on creating a custom storage container.

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