Just to report back that i finally got my LDAP to work with Dspace. Found
out dspace actually does accept username format (not just email format).
Can you direct me to where i can find dspace themes/templates?
Thanks for the help.
On Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 10:26 AM, helix84 <helix84@...> wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 10:18 AM, Seun Ojedeji <seun.ojedeji@...>
> > On Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 12:18 PM, helix84 <helix84@...> wrote:
> >> Well that indicates that there's no such record in LDAP. Are you sure
> >> your mail attribute is indexed so you can search on it?
> > Kindly guide me on how to verify/make my mail attribute indexed?
> That is an issue on the LDAP side. Here are some places you could look
> for OpenLDAP:
> >> > No such object (32)
> >> This baffles me, I'm not sure whether this refers to the record or
> >> somethine else. Try Googling for this (in quotes).
> Your response wasn't really related to my recommendation.
> > running ldapsearch -x -h mydomain.com -b "dc=myorg,dc=edu"
> > "(objectClass=*)" gives me a list of my ldap users, with the following
> > the end:
> > # search result
> > search: 2
> > result: 4 Size limit exceeded
> That's understandable, this basically exports the whole contents of
> your LDAP directory in the LDIFF text format, which is large. Try
> restricting output to mail attributes if you want (or any other
> attribute), or narrow down the search parameters, e.g. to one
> organization unit.
> >> Try posting here your ldap configuration from those systems.
> > Here is that of openfire:
> > LDAP Settings
> > Host: mydomain.com
> > Port: 389
> > Base DN: dc="myorg",dc="edu"
> > Administrator DN: cn="admin",dc="myorg",dc="edu"
> That doesn't really tell us anything we don't know. Especially not
> what attribute is used to construct full DN and what search filter is
> Compulsory reading: DSpace Mailing List Etiquette
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