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TITLE : Subversion with Apache and LDAP: Updated - blogs.collab.net
I have set up the SVN server using Apache (LDAP+SSL). When i try to login through the Tortoise SVN client i face issues in logging in with the following error in logs gauth_ldap authenticate: user abc authentication failed; URI /test [ldap_search_ext_s() for user failed][Operations Error]h.......
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TITLE : Subversion with Apache and LDAP: Updated - blogs.collab.net
[Sun Sep 26 01:41:37 2010] [warn] [client 192.168.85.100] [11210] auth_ldap authenticate: user wang.hua authentication failed; URI /test1 [ldap_search_ext_s() for user failed][Operations error].......
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TITLE : Chapter 5 Searching a LDAP Directory
The LDAP SDK for C provides functions that allow you to search a directory and retrieve results from the server. For example, you can send a search request by calling the synchronous ldap_search_ext_s() or the asynchronous ldap_search_ext() and the server will send back matching results. In the LDAPv3, a server can send three different types of results, represented by LDAPMessage structures, back to the client:.......
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TITLE : Chapter 5 Searching a LDAP Directory
To search the directory, call ldap_search_ext_s() or ldap_search_ext(). ldap_search_ext_s() is a synchronous function that blocks other work until all results have been received from the server. It is declared as illustrated in Code Example 5-1........
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TITLE : Chapter 5 Searching a LDAP Directory
Code Example 5-1 ldap_search_ext_s() Search Request.......
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TITLE : Chapter 5 Searching a LDAP Directory
LDAP_API(int) LDAP_CALL ldap_search_ext_s( LDAP *ld, const char *base,.......
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TITLE : Chapter 5 Searching a LDAP Directory
For a given search, you can specify the maximum number of results to be returned or the maximum amount of time to wait for a search. Use the timeoutp and sizelimit arguments of the ldap_search_ext_s() or ldap_search_ext() functions with the following guidelines:.......
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TITLE : Chapter 5 Searching a LDAP Directory
If you call ldap_search_ext_s() to search the directory synchronously, the function blocks processes until all results have been received. It then returns a chain of results in the result parameter (a handle to an LDAPMessage structure). Code Example 5-4 prints out the values of all attributes in the entries returned by a synchronous search........
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TITLE : Chapter 5 Searching a LDAP Directory
rc = ldap_search_ext_s( ld, BASEDN, SCOPE, FILTER, NULL, 0, NULL, NULL, NULL, LDAP_NO_LIMIT, &res );.......
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TITLE : Chapter 5 Searching a LDAP Directory
rc = ldap_search_ext_s( ld, BASEDN, SCOPE, FILTER, NULL, 0, NULL, NULL,.......
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TITLE : Chapter 5 Searching a LDAP Directory
if ( ( rc = ldap_search_ext_s( ld, FIND_DN, LDAP_SCOPE_BASE, "(objectclass=*)",.......
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