Where's the RES_BIND?

Derrick 'dman' Hudson dman at dman13.dyndns.org
Tue May 11 23:23:37 CEST 2004

On Tue, May 11, 2004 at 09:06:40PM +0000, Jerry Lee wrote:
| Hello All,
| I just dusted off a QT LDAP browser I had been working on and noticed it 
| didn't work.
| A bit of investigation revealed that after:
| import ldap
| >>>c = ldap.open(host='localhost', port=389)
| >>>msg = c.bind("cn=root,o=University of Michigan, 
| >>>c=US","secret",ldap.AUTH_SIMPLE)
| >>>msg
| 1
| >>>status,res =c.result(msg,1,5)
| >>>status
| 97
| 97?  It used to be 'RES_BIND'.....
| Guess things have changed a bit :-)

Use the symbolic names provided by the module.  Don't use string

| Any idea where it might be documented what result is returning??


| These docs:
| http://python-ldap.sourceforge.net/doc/python-ldap/ldap-objects.html
| seem a bit off.

The docs are missing the module constants.  One way to see what is
available :
    $ python
    Python 2.3.3 (#2, Feb 24 2004, 09:29:20) 
    [GCC 3.3.3 (Debian)] on linux2
    Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
    >>> import ldap
    >>> dir(ldap)

For the code shown above, use :
    import ldap
    status,res =c.result(msg,1,5)
    if status == ldap.RES_BIND :
        print "result is BIND"


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