Tag Archives: unboundid

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: Last Logon Time and Last Logon IP Address

Using password policies, the UnboundID Directory Server can record the entry’s last logon time and last logon IP address from which a connection authenticated. The password policy has ‘properties’ named: last-login-time-attribute last-login-time-format last-login-ip-address-attribute which specify the name of the attribute … Continue reading

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LDAP: In-Memory Directory Server Using UnboundID LDAP SDK.

The UnboundID LDAP SDK provides clients with the ability to create an in-memory directory server. This type of server allows quick testing of LDAP clients – there is no need to install a server locally. The following example shows code … Continue reading

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LDAP: Operation Purpose Request Control

UnboundID’s Directory Server Suite 3.2 supports a new request control, the Operation Purpose Request Control. The Operation Purpose Request Control includes the following pieces of data: application name application version code location request purpose Applications can use this request control … Continue reading

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