Al Mangkok wrote:
Code below from the manual. I changed $ldaphost to some fictitious name.
When I ran the script, I always get the message "Connection was successful
!" Why didn't the script bomb and give the could not connect message?
// LDAP variables
$ldaphost = "ldap.noname.com"; // your ldap servers
$ldapport = 389; // your ldap server's port number
// Connecting to LDAP
$ldapconn = ldap_connect($ldaphost, $ldapport)
or die("Could not connect to $ldaphost");
print "Connection was successful !";
"ldap_connect() will always return a resource as *it does not actually
connect but just initializes the connecting parameters.* The actual
connect happens with the next calls to ldap_* funcs, usually with
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