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Defining search depth for mod_ldap, using apache

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when searching a user mod_ldap returns only parent node attributes. Is there any setting so that search will return parent node attributes as well.

LDAP URS is as follows:
LdapUrl=ldap://172.16.100.237/ou=radiusUserProfile,dc=mtnl,dc=com?uid,userPassword,cn,sn [1]?

Here I could get back only uid,userPassword. cn and sn were blank, which are attributes of child nodes.

posted Jun 25, 2013 by anonymous

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