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

LDAP_URL(3)			     Library Functions Manual			      LDAP_URL(3)

       ldap_is_ldap_url,  ldap_url_parse,  ldap_free_urldesc, ldap_url_search, ldap_url_search_s,
       ldap_url_search_st - LDAP Uniform Resource Locator routines

       #include <ldap.h>

       int ldap_is_ldap_url( url )
       char	 *url;

       int ldap_url_parse( url, ludpp )
       char	 *url;
       LDAPURLDesc    **ludpp;

       typedef struct ldap_url_desc {
	   char *     lud_scheme;    /* URI scheme */
	   char       lud_host;      /* LDAP host to contact */
	   int	      lud_port;      /* port on host */
	   char *     lud_dn;	     /* base for search */
	   char **    lud_attrs;     /* list of attributes */
	   int	      lud_scope;     /* a LDAP_SCOPE_... value */
	   char *     lud_filter;    /* LDAP search filter */
	   char **    lud_exts;      /* LDAP extensions */
	   /* may contain additional fields for internal use */
       } LDAPURLDesc;

       ldap_free_urldesc( ludp )
       LDAPURLDesc    *ludp;

       int ldap_url_search( ld, url, attrsonly )
       LDAP	 *ld;
       char	 *url;
       int	 attrsonly;

       int ldap_url_search_s( ld, url, attrsonly, res )
       LDAP	 *ld;
       char	 *url;
       int	 attrsonly;
       LDAPMessage    **res;

       int ldap_url_search_st( ld, url, attrsonly, timeout, res )
       LDAP	 *ld;
       char	 *url;
       int	 attrsonly;
       struct timeval *timeout;
       LDAPMessage    **res;

       These routines support the use of LDAP URLs (Uniform Resource Locators) as detailed in RFC
       2255.  LDAP URLs look like this:


	 hostport is a host name with an optional ":portnumber"
	 dn is the search base
	 attrs is a comma separated list of attributes to request
	 scope is one of these three strings:
	   base one sub (default=base)
	 filter is filter
	 exts are recognized set of LDAP and/or API extensions.


       URLs  that  are	wrapped  in  angle-brackets and/or preceded by "URL:" are also tolerated.
       Alternative schemes such as ldaps:// and ldapi:// may be parsed using the  below  routines
       as well.

       ldap_is_ldap_url()  returns  a non-zero value if url looks like an LDAP URL (as opposed to
       some other kind of URL).  It  can  be  used  as	a  quick  check  for  an  LDAP	URL;  the
       ldap_url_parse() routine should be used if a more thorough check is needed.

       ldap_url_parse() breaks down an LDAP URL passed in url into its component pieces.  If suc-
       cessful, zero is returned, an LDAP URL description is allocated, filled in, and	ludpp  is
       set to point to it.  If an error occurs, a non-zero URL error code is returned.

       ldap_free_urldesc()  should  be	called	to free an LDAP URL description that was obtained
       from a call to ldap_url_parse().

       ldap_url_search() initiates an asynchronous LDAP search based on the contents of  the  url
       string.	This routine acts just like ldap_search(3) except that many search parameters are
       pulled out of the URL.

       ldap_url_search_s() performs a synchronous LDAP search based on the contents  of  the  url
       string.	 This  routine acts just like ldap_search_s(3) except that many search parameters
       are pulled out of the URL.

       ldap_url_search_st() performs a synchronous LDAP URL  search  with  a  specified  timeout.
       This  routine  acts  just  like	ldap_search_st(3)  except that many search parameters are
       pulled out of the URL.

       ldap(3), ldap_search(3)

       The LDAP URL Format, RFC 2255, Tim Howes and Mark Smith, December 1997.

       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 		 17 October 2000			      LDAP_URL(3)

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