Help/LdapSearchPlugin

The LdapSearch plugin displays a LDAP query as table.

Usage

<<LdapSearch>>
<<LdapSearch
           host="localhost"
           port=389
           basedn=""
           filter="(cn=*)"
           attributes=""
 >>
<<LdapSearch host=ldap.example.com filter="(ou=web-team)"
                      attributes="sn cn telephonenumber">>
<<LdapSearch host="ldap.itd.umich.edu" basedn="" filter="(sn=jensen)" attributes="cn drink">>
<<LdapSearch host=ldap.example.com attributes="cn sn telephonenumber">>
<<LdapSearch host=bugs.debian.org port=10101 basedn="dc=current,dc=bugs,dc=debian,dc=org"
                      filter="(debbugsPackage=phpwiki)"
                      attributes="debbugsSeverity debbugsState debbugsTitle">>

Arguments

host (default: from LDAP_AUTH_HOST or localhost)

hostname or ip or ldap:// uri to connect to.

port (default: from LDAP_AUTH_HOST or 389)

portnumber to connect to.

basedn (default: LDAP_BASE_DN)

connect string: "ou=Users,o=Development,dc=mycompany.com"

filter (default: "(cn=*)")

Optional ldap_search() filter argument

attributes (default: empty)

space seperated fields to return as table columns: "cn sn"

options

ldap_set_option(). Default: LDAP_SET_OPTION if host == LDAP_AUTH_HOST Column seperated name=value pairs. Esp. needed for Windows Active directory: "LDAP_OPT_PROTOCOL_VERSION=3:LDAP_OPT_REFERRALS=0"

user

Default: LDAP_AUTH_USER if host == LDAP_AUTH_HOST

password

Default: LDAP_AUTH_PASSWORD if host == LDAP_AUTH_HOST user and password are required for Windows Active directory.

Examples

host 
port 
basedn 
filter 
attributes 

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