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From Jim Bearce <...@bearce.us>
Subject Re: Bug in LDAPTransformer
Date Tue, 10 Dec 2002 14:53:09 GMT
I'm working on a project right now with the LDAPTransformer.  It sounds 
like your changes could be very useful.  I'd like to take a look at it.

Christoph.Oberle@mlp-ag.com wrote:

>Hello list,
>
>Didier Rano wrote, that he found a bug in LDAPTransformer.
>
>He is right, LDAPTransformer is not capable to read multi-valued ldap
>attributes.
>LDAPTransformer does only return the first value of a multi-valued ldap
>attribute.
>
>I wrote a new version of LDAPTransformer, which does a traversal of the list of
>values
>and introduces the new tag: <ldap:value-element>.
>
>If value-element is not empty, each value will be enclosed by the given
>value-element.
>This is true for multi-valued and for single-valued ldap attributes.
>
>There is an other feature in my version of LDAPTransformer:
><ldap:security-protocol>
>
>The value of this element is used as property SECURITY_PROTOCOL.
>So if you set it to "ssl", you will have a secure connection to the LDAP server.
>
>This feature is absolutely necessary if you want to access Novell eDir, because
>without
>ssl only anonymous connections are allowed. And with anonymous connections
>the access to the eDir is restricted.
>
>Because this is my first Java program :-) I would like to find someone, who will
>check
>which other "new features" I may have implemented.
>
>Christoph Oberle
>
>
>
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