Returns an array of the requested attributes for all users matching the query. This is an LDAP search routine.


Return Type

String []

The values of the attributes for all users in multiples of N, where N is the number of requested attributes.
The length of the returned array will be N x M. N = number of attributes requested, M = number of users matching the query. Therefore, element at index i is the value of the attribute at position i%N from the attributes array for the (i/N)thuser matching the query.


return ldapUserList({"cn", "uid"}, "objectClass=inetOrgPerson"); //example return value: Aaron Atrc|user.3|Aarika Atpco|user.2|Aaren Atp|user.1|Aartjan Aalders|user.4|Aaccf Amar|user.0 // contains cn,uid for the 5 users matching the filter: cn1,uid1,cn2,uid2,cn3,uid3...

Instead of exploiting the result as an array of strings, you may map it on some structure. Following code represents the above example:

struct mystruct { string cn; string uid; } mystruct [] arr = ldapUserList ( {"cn", "uid"}, "objectClass=inetOrgPerson"); //now you can access it by: string x = arr[0].cn; //life is better, huh ?


LDAP must be configured. See LDAP configuration page.

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.


See also