Ervin Hegedüs airween at
Fri Mar 9 21:21:59 CET 2007


> >   File "/usr/local/checkftpdir/", line 61, in addEntry
> >     self.l.add_s(_dn, ldif)
> >   File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/ldap/", line 94,
> > in _ldap_call     result = func(*args,**kwargs)
> > ldap.INVALID_DN_SYNTAX: {'info': 'invalid DN', 'desc': 'Invalid DN syntax'}
> This is an error the server sends back. Probably you're generating a DN
> with invalid syntax. I'd recommend to set trace_level=2 with
> ldap.initialize() to see what the python-ldap API receives from your script.

I'm not sure about it - as I wrote when I run script from system shell (I mean:
interactively), then script doesn't drop any exception. I try to print
out the DN
value, what I give to the function as first argument, and it looks
like a normally
DN, eg.: cn=airtest,ou=ftp,o=company,dc=domain,dc=com.

There aren't any spaces, or other chars, what I miss then.

By the way: I try to set up those trace_level, may be it will be more



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