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Starting with SIL Engine™ 3.0, this syntax is deprecated and you should use the new alias name: ldapUserAttr instead.
This routine is available starting with SIL Engine™ 1.0, changed in 1.1.15 for Jira 4.3.x/4.4.x and SIL Engine™ 2.0.8 for Jira 5.x.
or (deprecated form)
ldapUserRecord(attrib, cn, dn, memberof, email, ldapObjectClass)
Returns an array of the requested attribute. This is a LDAP search routine.
The second routine syntax is more comfortable. Both get the LDAP record and shows the attribute of that user. Returned user must be unique, otherwise exception occurs.
Attribute to be returned.
Query, must return exactly one result.
Allowed attributes are (these are case sensitive):
- officeName (mapped on physicalDeliveryOfficeName attribute)
Starting with SIL Engine 1.1.15 and 2.0.8, you can retrieve any attribute defined in the scheme.
The values of the specified attribute. If the attribute only has one value, the array will contain only one element, but will still be an array and not a single string.
ldapUserRecord("mobile", user, "", "", "", "user");
//gets the mobile attribute from LDAP user with specified CN
string email = ldapUserRecord("mail", "(&(uid=user.1)(objectClass=inetOrgPerson))");
string address = ldapUserRecord("postalAddress", "(&(uid=user.1)(objectClass=inetOrgPerson))");
Only Microsoft Active Directory is supported at this time, but it might work with other as well (tested with OpenDS). To provide support for other LDAP types contact us.