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Posted on 2004-08-10
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I am attempting authenticate users via their Novell login information from
a simple asp page (NOT .NET). I am new to Novell and I have run into a
bunch of problems that I cannot figure out. For some reason when I search
our from the root of our tree I cannot find any users. If I search within
my Context I can find some users but not all but if I search outside my
context I find nothing. I have searchScope set to qrySearchSubtree which
should search all entries. I assumed that this may be due to permissions
but I ran another novell sample and I am able to traverse the entire tree
via code (below). So I am lost, anyone know what I may be doing wrong?



'------- SEARCH CODE ------------------------------
DoSearch("Doe_John","ComanyName") -> ( zero results )
DoSearch("Doe_John","ComanyName\USA") -> ( zero results )
DoSearch("Doe_John","ComanyName\USA\WashingtonDc\Users") -> ( user Found )


(from novell site)
Sub DoSearch (strUserCn, treeName)
        Dim retCode, objectFilter, treeNameDim,nwdirQ, results, result  
        ObjectFilter= "User(CN = "&strUserCn&")"
        'On Error Resume Next  
        set nwdirQ=Server.CreateObject("NWDirQueryLib.NWDirQuery.1")  
        nwdirQ.FullName="NDS:\\"+treeName
        nwdirQ.maximumResults=100  
        nwdirQ.SortKeys="CN"  
        nwdirQ.Filter=objectFilter  
        nwdirQ.SearchMode=0   ' synchronous !  
        nwdirQ.SearchScope=2  
        set results=nwdirQ.Search
        Response.Write "Found ("&results.count&") objects"  
        For each result in results            
         response.write  
result.FullName", "&result.Layout&"")            

        Next      
        Set nwdirQ=Nothing
      End Sub

'--TRAVERSE CODE-----------------------------------------------------
 
      Sub ReadContainer(context,level)
        Dim entry, output, newContext, name
         On Error Resume Next  
         NWDir1.FullName=context  
         For each entry in NWDir1.entries                  
          If err.number Then        
            err.number=0        
            Exit For      
          End If
          name = entry.ShortName
          response.write vbnewline
          If entry.Layout.Container=TRUE then        
            Response.Write ""
              newContext=context+"\"+entry.ShortName                  
              call ReadContainer(newContext ,level+1)      
            Response.Write "" 
          else
            Response.Write ""         
          End If      
          totalObjects = totalObjects +1  
        Next
      End Sub
     
      Sub ListDSTree(treeName)
        Dim retcode, fullName, level  
        NWDir1.FullName = NWDir1.FullNameFromTreeAndContext
(treeName,"[Root]")  
        fullName=NWDir1.LoginName  
        response.write "(Listing the whole DS tree structure  may take
some time !)"  
        response.write "" & treeName & "   "   
        totalObjects=1        
        Response.Write ""
          call ReadContainer("NDS:\\"+treeName,1)        
        Response.Write ""         
        response.write "Total objects found: " & totalObjects
      End Sub
     
      dim totalObjects
      ListDSTree("TreeName")

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by:joeposter649
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Not sure if this is your problem but sometimes you use "+" instead of "&" to concat strings.
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by:bolesj
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The "+" signs do not seem to make a difference. They are from the Novell site and i changed them to "&" and still get the same result.

john
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Problems were due to permissions.

Admin - Please Delete this
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