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Re: ldap_mod_add() (creating attributes)
--- Steve Sobol <sjsobol@NorthShoreTechnologies.net>
> Hans Zauner wrote:
> > Thank you for the reply, however I get the same
> > problem. I might be misunderstanding something
> > fundemental, though.
> > I need to deal with a form that outputs fields,
> > say "firstname" and "lastname". In PHP, I get an
> > array, HTTP_POST_VARS, which has elements
> > and "lastname". I want to be able to, if
> > simply do something like this:
> > ldap_add($ldap, $dn, $HTTP_POST_VARS);
> This wouldn't work. $HTTP_POST_VARS is an array.
This would work if the elements were named as
predefined LDAP attributes. ldap_add() expects an
array as the last argument.
> > When I do this, however, I get the "Undefined
> > attribute type" error, which I presume, is because
> > slapd is looking for elements named "cn" and "sn".
> And that's probably another reason it wouldn't work.
> You'd probably need to pass the individual CGI
> This isn't really an LDAP question, it's a PHP
> you may get a more accurate answer on one of the PHP
I guess this is my question, and I'm sorry for the
confusion: With LDAP can I make my own schema
(attributes and/or objectclass) or am I locked in to
using the predefines (ie. person,inetorgperson,etc)?
The predefined objects/attribs don't really fit what I
I would like to be able to create myObjectclass with
my own (all plaintext strings) attributes (firstname,
lastname, extension, etc) instead of the standard
Maybe MySQL is more what I need/want.
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