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How to format an array to pass as an option to adLDAP

Posted on 2014-12-11
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Using the adLDAP code, with documentation  


that says:

You can alternatively override the configuration when the class is called by specifying an array with the options.

Called like $adldap = new adLDAP($options); Where $options is an array with one or more of the following keys

account_suffix base_dn domain_controllers admin_username admin_password real_primarygroup use_ssl use_tls recursive_groups ad_port sso

See the 'examples' and 'connecting and disconnecting' section for more information


My problem is that I don't know how to construct the array in the proper format to become the array known as  $options.

Here's what I've tried, and it fails.

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I am trying like:

		include ('mk16/lib/adLDAP/src/adLDAP.php');
		
		$options = array(
        "account_suffix" => "@esc1.net",
        "base_dn" => "DC=esc1,DC=net",
		"domain_controllers" => array("64.209.45.117"),
		"admin_username" => "username",
		"admin_password" => "mypassword",
		"use_ssl" => true,
		);
		
		$adldap = new adLDAP($options);

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I should not that If I hard code the values into the adLdap.php, it works just fine. But I need to ability to use more than one setup, so I need to figure out how to pass these values in to override the defaults.

Thank you in advance!
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Question by:Dallas Smetter
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by:Dallas Smetter
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The documentation to the open source project "adLDAP" is at

http://adldap.sourceforge.net/wiki/doku.php?id=documentation
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Mark Brady earned 500 total points
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It shouldn't be that difficult. Please post a small example of code where you hard code the values in the script and also post what error you are getting when you try to pass in the $options array.

It would help if you posted the class you are trying to instantiate with options.
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