On Thursday 18 July 2002 02:20, David Robley wrote:
> Perhaps if you were to test that the relevant values were not empty; only
> add them to the ldap database if they have a value? empty or isset are the
> functions to investigate.
Unfortunately this is not an option, as it will mess up other applications
that are dependent on the ldap server. The entries need to be made in the
server, and they must have a null value if there is nothing to go in.
It was working fine with openldap 1.2.13, but with openldap 2.x, its a no go,
and it is causing a lot of problems.
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