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Gerhard,

You're almost there.  You need to put ()'s around the part of the regular 
expression that you want to be the name of the group in VCL.  I would suggest:

for($i = 0; $i < $data[0]['ismemberof']['count']; $i++) {
                if(preg_match('/^cn=(vcladmin),ou=group,ou=vcl,o=odu$/', 
$data[0]['ismemberof'][$i], $match) ||
                   preg_match('/^cn=(vclimage),ou=group,ou=vcl,o=odu$/', 
$data[0]['ismemberof'][$i], $match))

If you look at updateEXAMPLE1Groups in the unmodified code, you'll see some 
examples that have the ()'s in them.

preg_match puts the entire matched string into $match[0] and then any sub 
matches (items surrounded by ()'s) in $match[1] through $match[n].

Josh

On Tuesday May 18, 2010, Hartl, Gerhard L. wrote:
> Hello all,
> 
> I have been scratching my head for a few weeks now and still cannot get vcl
>  ldap groups working.  I have following the instruction on the mailing list
>  regarding setting up the ldap.conf and ldapauth.php and while the user is
>  properly authenticated, the groups do not follow.  We are using OpenDS and
>   the attribute that lists groups that a user is apart of is "ismemberof". 
>  I have pulled out the updateODUGroups function and populated the variables
>  and find that I do get a match.
> 
> Here is our match statement:
> 
> for($i = 0; $i < $data[0]['ismemberof']['count']; $i++) {
>                 if(preg_match('/^cn=vcladmin,ou=group,ou=vcl,o=odu$/',
>  $data[0]['ismemberof'][$i], $match) ||
>  preg_match('/^cn=vclimage,ou=group,ou=vcl,o=odu$/',
>  $data[0]['ismemberof'][$i], $match))
> 
> This is what $match gets populated with:
> 
> Array ( [0] => cn=vclimage,ou=group,ou=vcl,o=odu ) Array ( [0] =>
>  cn=vcladmin,ou=group,ou=vcl,o=odu )
> 
> Is there a better way to debug this?  I am not sure where it is breaking.
> 
> Gerhard Hartl
> Old Dominion University | ODU
> 
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