ID: 9704
Updated by: sniper
Old-Status: Feedback
Status: Closed
Bug Type: LDAP related
Assigned To: 

No feedback and should be fixed now.


Previous Comments:

[2001-03-12 17:29:33] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
If you use the latest snapshot or the soon to be released
4.0.5 (or release candidate) and OpenLDAP 2.x.x API, you
can tell it not to follow referrals, parse the referral
yourself and connect to the master server. I haven't
added all the documentation yet, but something like this
would catch a referral:

ldap_set_option($ds, LDAP_OPT_REFERRALS, 0);
$sr=ldap_search($ds,"", "cn=inga cecilie*");
if (ldap_parse_result($ds, $sr, $rescode, $matcheddn,                              
$errmsg, $referrals)) {
    echo "Result code: $rescodenMatched DN:                          $matcheddnnError 
msg: $errmsgn";
    echo "Referrals: ", implode("nt", $referrals), "n";
} else {
    echo "Error parsing result!n";

Will this suffice?


[2001-03-12 09:17:08] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
There is no support for LDAP referral in PHP 4.
It's a big problem, because it's not possible to add data in the LDAP Database because 
the local database is in read only. Only the the
master (referral) database is writable.
I writed a little function which call "ldap_set_rebind_proc()" but it's used
for all the LDAP link-id and it's not really a solution. Is it possible for you to add 
this type of function ?
Or may i have help for write this one ?

                                        Greets, Yannick.


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