Category Archives: UnboundID

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LDAP: Example of Processing Time Histogram

The UnboundID Directory Server provides a breakdown of LDAP operations that been processed by the server. Below is an example of the processing time histogram from the directory server monitor: The following ldapsearch example shows how to retrieve information about … Continue reading

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LDAP: Inhibiting line-wrap in ldapsearch output

LDIF (LDAP data interchange format), defined in rfc2849, lines may be folded by inserting a line-separator character and a space, except between bytes of a multi-byte UTF-8 character: ldapsearch –port 11389 \ –bindDn cn=RootDn \ –bindPassword password \ –baseDn uid=user.0,ou=people,o=training … Continue reading

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LDAP: An example of using an extensible match filter to select portions of a distinguished name

LDAP-compliant servers support an extensible-match filter which provides the necessary filtering. From RFC4511: If the dnAttributes field is set to TRUE, the match is additionally applied against all the AttributeValueAssertions in an entry’s distinguished name, and it evaluates to TRUE … Continue reading

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LDAP: Compare entries in two directory server databases with ldap-diff

The ldap-diff utility provides a way to compare the data stored in two directory server databases. The ldap-diff command-line tool is shipped with the UnboundID Directory Server. Following is an example of executing the utility in my lab on two … Continue reading

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LDAP: An index with a LIMIT-EXCEEDED condition causing an unindexed search

In order to complete requests more quickly, the directory server can maintain indexes for values of attributes. The value of the attribute is used as the key, and a list of entry IDs are the data. The entry IDs can … Continue reading

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LDAP: Virtual List View

The Simple Paged Results Request Control provides LDAP clients with a means to view sequential data at a rate controlled by the client, but it’s limited by the fact that clients can only scroll through pages in order. The Virtual … Continue reading

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LDAP: Simple Paged Results Control Extension

LDAP Clients can control the rate at which search results are returned from the directory server by using the simple paged results control extension defined in RFC2696. To use this control extension, the LDAP client sends a search request with … Continue reading

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