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* The synchronous ldap_delete_ext_s() function........
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If you want to wait for the results of the delete operation to complete before continuing, call the synchronous ldap_delete_ext_s() function. This function sends a delete request to the server and blocks all other processes until the server sends the results of the operation back to your client. The ldap_delete_ext_s() function returns LDAP_SUCCESS if the operation completed successfully or an error code if a problem occurred........
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See the documentation on the ldap_delete_ext_s() function for a list of the possible result codes........
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Code Example 7-19 uses the synchronous ldap_delete_ext_s() function to remove the entry for user William Jensen from the directory........
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rc = ldap_delete_ext_s( ld, DELETE_DN, NULL, NULL );.......
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Code Example 7-20 is a sample program that calls the synchronous ldap_delete_ext_s() function to delete a userfs entry from the directory........
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rc = ldap_delete_ext_s( ld, DELETE_DN, NULL, NULL );.......
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TITLE : Chapter 4 Using the LDAP API
When you call a synchronous function, your client waits for the operation to complete before executing any subsequent lines of code. Synchronous functions return LDAP_SUCCESS if successful and an LDAP error code if not. Code Example 4-1 calls the synchronous function ldap_delete_ext_s() to delete an entry in the directory........
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rc = ldap_delete_ext_s( ld, DELETE_DN, NULL, NULL );.......
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TITLE : ldap_delete_ext_s function (Windows)
ULONG ldap_delete_ext_s(.......
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TITLE : Mozilla LDAP C SDK: Chapter 8 - Adding, Updating, and Deleting Entries
* The synchronous ldap_delete_ext_s() function (see"Performing a Synchronous Delete Operation")........
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TITLE : Mozilla LDAP C SDK: Chapter 8 - Adding, Updating, and Deleting Entries
If you want to wait for the results of the delete operation to complete before continuing, call the synchronous ldap_delete_ext_s() function. This function sends an LDAP delete request to the server and blocks until the server sends the results of the operation back to your client........
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TITLE : Mozilla LDAP C SDK: Chapter 8 - Adding, Updating, and Deleting Entries
The ldap_delete_ext_s() function returns LDAP_SUCCESS if the operation completed successfully or an error code if a problem occurred. See the documentation on the ldap_delete_ext_s() function for a list of the possible result codes........
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TITLE : Mozilla LDAP C SDK: Chapter 8 - Adding, Updating, and Deleting Entries
The following section of code uses the synchronous ldap_delete_ext_s() function to remove the entry for the user William Jensen from the directory........
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rc = ldap_delete_ext_s( ld, DELETE_DN, NULL, NULL );.......
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TITLE : Mozilla LDAP C SDK: Chapter 8 - Adding, Updating, and Deleting Entries
You can call the ldap_parse_result() function to parse the LDAPMessage structure to determine if the operation was successful. For a list of possible result codes for an LDAP delete operation, see the result code documentation for the ldap_delete_ext_s() function........
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TITLE : Mozilla LDAP C SDK: Chapter 8 - Adding, Updating, and Deleting Entries
The following sample program calls the synchronous ldap_delete_ext_s() function to delete a user's entry from the directory........
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TITLE : Mozilla LDAP C SDK: Chapter 8 - Adding, Updating, and Deleting Entries
rc = ldap_delete_ext_s( ld, DELETE_DN, NULL, NULL );.......
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