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RedHat 9 (Linux i386) - man page for ldap_ufn_timeout (redhat section 3)

LDAP_UFN(3)			     Library Functions Manual			      LDAP_UFN(3)

       ldap_ufn_search_s,      ldap_ufn_search_c,     ldap_ufn_search_ct,     ldap_ufn_setfilter,
       ldap_ufn_setfilter, ldap_ufn_setprefix, ldap_ufn_timeout - Perform an LDAP  user  friendly
       search operation

       #include <ldap.h>

       int ldap_ufn_search_c(ld, ufn, attrs, attrsonly, res, cancelproc,
       LDAP *ld;
       char *ufn;
       char **attrs;
       int attrsonly;
       LDAPMessage **res;
       int (*cancelproc)();
       void *cancelparm;

       int ldap_ufn_search_ct(ld, ufn, attrs, attrsonly, res, cancelproc,
		      cancelparm, tag1, tag2, tag3)
       LDAP *ld;
       char *ufn;
       char **attrs;
       int attrsonly;
       LDAPMessage **res;
       int (*cancelproc)();
       void *cancelparm;
       char *tag1, *tag2, *tag3;

       int ldap_ufn_search_s(ld, ufn, attrs, attrsonly, res)
       LDAP *ld;
       char *ufn;
       char **attrs;
       int attrsonly;
       LDAPMessage **res;

       LDAPFiltDesc *ldap_ufn_setfilter(ld, fname)
       LDAP *ld;
       char *fname;

       void ldap_ufn_setprefix(ld, prefix)
       LDAP *ld;
       char *prefix;

       int ldap_ufn_timeout(tvparam)
       void *tvparam;

       These   routines   are	used   to   perform   LDAP   user   friendly  search  operations.
       ldap_ufn_search_s() is the simplest form.  It does the search synchronously.  It takes  ld
       to  identify  the  the  LDAP  connection.  The ufn parameter is the user friendly name for
       which  to  search.   The  attrs,  attrsonly  and  res  parameters  are  the  same  as  for

       The  ldap_ufn_search_c() routine functions the same as ldap_ufn_search_s(), except that it
       takes cancelproc, a function to call periodicly during the search.  It should be  a  func-
       tion  taking  a single void * argument, given by calcelparm.  If cancelproc returns a non-
       zero result, the search will be abandoned and no results returned.  The	purpose  of  this
       routine	is  to	provide  a  way for the search to be cancelled, for example, by a user or
       because some other condition occurs.

       The ldap_ufn_search_ct() routine is like ldap_ufn_search_c(), except that it  takes  three
       extra parameters.  tag1 is passed to the ldap_init_getfilter(3) routine when resolving the
       first component of the UFN.  tag2 is used when resolving intermediate components.  tag3 is
       used when resolving the last component.	By default, the tags used by the other UFN search
       routines during these three phases of the search are "ufn first", "ufn intermediate",  and
       "ufn last".

       The  ldap_ufn_setfilter()  routine is used to set the ldapfilter.conf(5) file for use with
       the ldap_init_getfilter(3) routine to fname.

       The ldap_ufn_setprefix() routine is used to set the default prefix (actually, it's a  suf-
       fix)  appended  to  UFNs  before searhing.  UFNs with fewer than three components have the
       prefix appended first, before searching.  If that fails, the UFN is  tried  with  progres-
       sively  shorter versions of the prefix, stripping off components.  If the UFN has three or
       more components, it is tried by itself first.  If that fails, a similar process is applied
       with the prefix appended.

       The   ldap_ufn_timeout()   routine   is	 used	to   set   the	timeout  associated  with
       ldap_ufn_search_s() searches.  The timeout parameter should actually be	a  pointer  to	a
       struct  timeval	(this  is  so ldap_ufn_timeout() can be used as a cancelproc in the above

       These routines may dynamically allocate memory.	The caller is required to free such  mem-
       ory using the supplied deallocation routines.  Return values are contained in <ldap.h>.

       gettimeofday(2),    ldap(3),    ldap_search(3),	 ldap_getfilter(3),   ldapfilter.conf(5),

       OpenLDAP is developed and maintained by The OpenLDAP  Project  (http://www.openldap.org/).
       OpenLDAP is derived from University of Michigan LDAP 3.3 Release.

OpenLDAP 2.0.27-Release 		22 September 1998			      LDAP_UFN(3)

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