The hierarchical organization of entries that make up a directory.
a hierarchy that reflects the organizational structure of your enterprise or other information base.
In PeopleSoft Directory Interface, the representation of a directory's hierarchical structure.
In LDAP, the entries that a directory server contains. These entries are stored in a hierarchical, tree-like structure.
The hierarchical collection of entries that constitute an LDAP directory.
The logical representation of the information stored in the directory. It mirrors the tree model used by most file systems, with the tree's root point appearing at the top of the hierarchy. Also known as DIT.
A graphical display of an organization's directory structure, sites, and servers, shown as a branching structure. The top-level (root) directory usually represents the organization level.
A hierarchical tree-like structure consisting of the DNs of the entries.
The logical hierarchical structure of directory information.