How to get a user's OUs

Gustavo Narea me at
Tue Sep 9 13:25:35 CEST 2008


On Monday September 8, 2008 23:47:19 you wrote:
> This question is not very clear. Do you mean the attribute 'ou' of the
> user's entry or the ou-Container the user's entry is in? If you're
> working with AD it's probably the latter. Then it's the DN of the user's
> entry parent entry.

Thanks for your answer, and sorry for not being clear.

Say I (dn: uid=gnarea,ou=directors,dc=example,dc=org) also belong to 
ou=sysadmins,dc=example,dc=org and ou=betatesters,dc=example,dc=org. How can I 
get the set of all the Organizational Units I belong to?

I'm looking for something that if I give the  
"uid=gnarea,ou=directors,dc=example,dc=org" DN, it returns a tuple/list made 
up of the items: 'directors', 'sysadmins' and 'betatesters'.

I need this because I'm using group-based authentication in my application.

Thanks in advance.
Gustavo Narea.

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