Net::LDAP::Message(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation Net::LDAP::Message(3)
Net::LDAP::Message - Message response from LDAP server
Net::LDAP::Message is a base class for the objects returned by the Net::LDAP methods
abandon, add, bind, compare, delete, modify, moddn, search and unbind.
The sub-class Net::LDAP::Search returned by search also defines many methods.
If the Net::LDAP object is in async mode then all these methods, except "done" and
"mesg_id", will cause a wait until the request is completed.
code ( )
The code value in the result message from the server. Normally for a success zero will
be returned. Constants for the result codes can be imported from the Net::LDAP or
control ( )
Return a list of controls that were returned from the server.
control ( OID, ... )
Return a list of controls with the given OIDs that were returned from the server.
dn ( )
The DN in the result message from the server.
done ( )
Returns true if the request has been completed.
error ( )
Returns the error message in the result message from the server. If the server did not
include an error message, then the result of ldap_error_desc with the error code from
the result message.
error_name ( )
Returns the name of the error code in the result message from the server. See
ldap_error_name for a detailed description of the return value.
error_text ( )
Returns the short text description of the error code in the result message from the
server. See ldap_error_text for a detailed description of the return value.
error_desc ( )
Returns a long text description of the error code in the result message from the
server. See ldap_error_desc for a detailed description of the return value.
is_error ( )
Returns true if the result code is considered to be an error for the operation.
mesg_id ( )
The message id of the request message sent to the server.
referrals ( )
Returns a list of referrals from the result message.
server_error ( )
The error message returned by the server, or "undef" if the server did not provide a
sync ( )
Wait for the server to complete the request.
Net::LDAP, Net::LDAP::Search, Net::LDAP::Constant, Net::LDAP::Util
This document is based on a document originally written by Russell Fulton
Graham Barr <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Please report any bugs, or post any suggestions, to the perl-ldap mailing list
Copyright (c) 1997-2004 Graham Barr. All rights reserved. This program is free software;
you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
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