[Twisted-Python] ldaptor and bind
drew.smathers at gmail.com
Mon Jan 7 15:56:52 EST 2008
Can you post a stripped down example demonstrating what you're trying to do,
and indicate where in the code you're encountering failures (invalid
On Jan 7, 2008 1:48 PM, Ottavio Campana <ottavio at campana.vi.it> wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> I'm developing an application based on ldaptor and I need some help.
> My scenario is a public address book, let's say
> ou=Addressbook,dc=domain,dc=com and some private address books, suppose
> ou=John,ou=Addressbook,dc=domain,dc=com ,
> ou=Peter,ou=Addressbook,dc=domain,dc=com and so on.
> So, I need to specify that ou=John,ou=Addressbook,dc=domain,dc=com can
> be accessed by cn=John,dc=domain,dc=com , so that by binding with a user
> I can look both in the public address book and in the private one.
> Do you have some examples or documentation explaining that?
> By now I'm stuck while trying to bind to do non-anonymous requests, but
> whatever I do I always get invalid credentials. Which objectClass do I
> need to be able to bind?
> Non c'e' piu' forza nella normalita', c'e' solo monotonia.
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