#56 patch for broken LDAP support

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9
2003-08-17
2003-08-08
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I'm implementing Tiki with integration into a
preexisting LDAP directory. I ran into a nasty logic
error and a call to a nonexistant function while trying
to get things set up. Here's a patch for those parts of
the code.

I also made some internal changes to prevent username
discovery via anonymous binds since the LDAP server is
configured to block those... is there a good reason why
Tiki and/or Pear::Auth::LDAP decides to do this rather
than attempting to directly bind with the given
username and password?

Thanks,
David Parker
Novacoast, Inc.
dparker at novacoast dot com

Discussion

  • teedog

    teedog - 2003-08-08
    • priority: 5 --> 9
     
  • teedog

    teedog - 2003-08-08

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    Thanks for the patch, David!

     
  • teedog

    teedog - 2003-08-09
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  • teedog

    teedog - 2003-08-17

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    Thanks for the bugfix. Checked into CVS.

    As to your second answer, I don't have an answer. Perhaps
    you can bring it up on the dev-list.

     
  • teedog

    teedog - 2003-08-17
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  • Jacco Ligthart

    Jacco Ligthart - 2003-09-20

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    Hi David,

    I'm interested in your 'don't anouymous bind' patch.
    Could you post that here please?

     
  • David Parker

    David Parker - 2003-12-24

    Don't anon bind when using LDAP

     
  • David Parker

    David Parker - 2003-12-24

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    Hi, sorry for the over 3 month delay in getting back to you.
    I forgot to reply one day and lost your message in my inbox
    :) Anyway, here's my old "don't anonymous bind" patch. I
    haven't used it since my original post, but hopefully it
    will be of some use.

     

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