michael at stroeder.com
Mon May 26 07:50:55 CEST 2003
Andrew Thomson wrote:
> It's great to be able to crank out the ldiff data from a running tree
> using async.LDIFWriter
> When we do this,
> s = ldap.async.LDIFWriter(
> is it possible to incorporate bind details??
f = open('results.ldif','w')
l = ldap.initialize('ldap://localhost:389')
l.protocol_version = ldap.VERSION3
l.simple_bind_s('cn=Directory Manager','top secret')
s = ldap.async.LDIFWriter(l,f)
Note that this will write the entries in the order they are returned from
the server. This is not necessarily the right tree order.
> ie, so I can log in as the
> directory manager and not be restricted by the SIZELIMIT_EXCEEDED
This is a matter of the LDAP server implementation. If the server does not
impose any search limits for 'cn=Directory Manager' in the example above you
will be able to retrieve all results.
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