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RE: ld->ld_matched ?

Thanks, I found the reference. This function doesn't appear to be in
openldap yet.

> Howard Chu wrote:
> >
> > RFC 1823 specifies the ld_matched field in the LDAP connection
> handle, and
> > ldap_result2error() parses this field from a result message.
> But nowhere in
> > the API is there any function or option for retrieving this
> field. The only
> > way a user would normally see this field is if the code calls
> ldap_perror(),
> > and this function itself is deprecated. Shouldn't there at
> least be a flag
> > to ldap_get/set_option() that manipulates this field?
> See the latest C LDAP API spec. at
> http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-ietf-ldapext-ldap-c-api-02.txt
> There is a function called ldap_parse_result() that will extract the
> matchedDN field from a a result message.  I don't know if this is
> implemented yet for OpenLDAP.
> --
> Mark Smith
> Directory Architect / Netscape Communications Corp.
> My words are my own, not my employer's.  Got LDAP?