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Codeigniter LDAP: Manipulate LDAP accounts setup with CodeIgniter

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This package can manipulate LDAP accounts setup with CodeIgniter.

It can connect to an LDAP server using configuration details retrieved from CodeIgniter configuration, like the server address and port, administration user name and password, and regular user name and password.

Currently, it can perform several types of operations like:

- Connect to a LDAP server and access as a configured administrator or regular user

- Add a given user

- Edit user

- Delete a given user

- Search for a given user

- Check if a given user record exists

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Using debian 8

Install open ldap

$apt-get install slapd ldap-utils

change /etc/ldap/ldap.conf for you base eg: dc=test,dc=com,dc=my

$dpkg-reconfigure slapd

install php5

$apt-get install php5 $apt-get install php5-ldap

install phpldap admin

$apt-get install phpldapadmin


codeigniter ldap class<br/>

for using this class , just put in /application/libraries<br/> <br/> load in config/autoload.php<br/> <br/>

$autoload['libraries'] = array('ldap');<br/> <br/> setting configure ldap <br/><br/> $config['ldap_server'] = 'localhost'; <br/> $config['ldap_port'] = '389';<br/> $config['ldap_bs'] = 'dc=test,dc=com,dc=my';<br/> $config['ldap_user'] = 'ou=users,dc=test,dc=com,dc=my';<br/> $config['ldap_admin'] = 'cn=admin,dc=test,dc=com,dc=my';<br/> $config['ldap_password'] = 'password';<br/><br/>

you nead install openldap and set the ldap admin user and password first.<br/> <br/> now you can call the class from controllers or models<br/> <br/> just <br/>

$this->ldap->test();<br/> <br/> eg:- for add user<br/> <br/> $info["givenName"]="tets";<br/> $info["sn"]=$user;<br/> $info["uid"]="tets";<br/> $info["mail"]="tets";<br/> $info["displayName"]= "tets";<br/> $info["gidNumber"] = 500;<br/> $info["uidNumber"] = 500;<br/> $info["homeDirectory"] = "/home/hasnan";<br/> $info["cn"] = $user;<br/> $info["userPassword"]="tets{sha}";<br/> $info["objectclass"][0] = "top";<br/> $info["objectclass"][1] = "person";<br/> $info["objectclass"][2] = "inetOrgPerson";<br/> $info["objectclass"][3] = "organizationalPerson";<br/> $info["objectclass"][4] = "posixAccount";<br/><br/>


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