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Export / Import LDAP structure to/from XML

Posted on 2009-06-29
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Hi Experts.
I am wondering if there is a way to export all the info from some LDAP implementation -OpenLDAP, Windows AD, etc. - (structure, objects, properties, etc) to some XML file so I could use it as some sort of my "LDAP template" later modify this XML based as needed and directly import the modified LDAP structure to have the next project set of roles and authorizations already configured, provided that the organizations are quite similar.
Thanks in advance, guys.  
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I've not seen anything for XML, but you could use LDIF? That tends to be the standard format for exporting / importing data from LDAP systems.

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Thanks Chris for your answer, and sorry for my long silence. I will go ahead and close the ticket accepting your solution.
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