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O'Reilly Open Source Convention 2001 Slide 3 X. 500 X. 500 was the first standard directory Developed by the ITUISO groups work began as early as 1979 Well thought out design containing many good ideas Very complex Required powerful computers for its time Defines things like interserver communications, access controls Slide 4 LDAP Developed to overcome the complexities and Join Stack Overflow to learn, share knowledge, and build your career. LDAP Search for User DN Returns a Hash Perl. All I am trying to do is search for a user and return the user's DN in a Perl script. However, my script is printing a reference to a hash instead of the actual DN of the user.perl ldap search base Net: : LDAP is a collection of modules that implements a LDAP services API for Perl programs. The module may be used to search directories or perform maintenance functions such as adding, deleting or modifying entries. This document assumes that the reader has some knowledge of the LDAP protocol.
I have very little experience with LDAP and was trying to figure out how the groups work. I managed to retrieve list of of users with perlldap cm\ommands Print list of users in LDAP group with perl perl ldap search base Perl NetLDAP Search Searching LDAP using Perl and Net: : LDAPS over SSLTLS thanks to Aron Roberts of ISTWSS and Lewis Burgess of ISTSDA for providing this code sample The perlldap distribution is a collection of perl modules which provide an object orientated interface to LDAP servers. The perlldap distribution has several advantages over other LDAP interfaces for perl: By using the perl object interface the perlldap modules provide programmers with an interface which allows complex searches of LDAP I can't test this, but LDAP queries use prefix notation while we're use to using infix notation. Imagine if you want something that's either a dog or a cat. In infix notation, it would look something like this: ((ANIMAL cat ) OR (ANIMAL dog )) With prefix notation, the boolean operator goes at the beginning of the query: (OR (ANIMAL cat ) (ANIMAL dog )) (4 replies) Help! I've been banging my head against the wall on this for a while now. I'm trying to write a script to search for a specific user acct. The only piece of information I will have is I've been trying simple LDAP searches, but not having much luck. The following works, provided I already know the users name, which is usually the same as his DisplayRating: 4.95 / Views: 919