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on 2006-02-03 18:55
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Two questions about ActiveLDAP:

Question #1:
When I create an ActiveLDAP::Base object, the dn attribute used in the
mapping does not get an accessor method.  For example:

require 'activeldap'

class Person < ActiveLDAP::Base
  ldap_mapping :dnattr => 'uid', :prefix => 'ou=People'

  :host => 'localhost',
  :port => 40003,
  :base => 'dc=cusys,dc=edu',
  :bind_format => 'uid=admin,dc=cusys,dc=edu',
  :password_block => { 'SecretWord' },
  :allow_anonymous => false

for person in Person.find_all(:attribute => 'givenName', :value =>
'Puppy', :objects => true) do
  puts "DN: " + person.dn
  puts "CN: " +[0]
  puts "UID: " + person.uid[0]


There is definitely a uid attribute in the LDAP.  But when I run the
above, I get this:

DN: uid=PBarksalot,ou=People,dc=cusys,dc=edu
CN: Puppy Barksalot
`method_missing': undefined method `uid' for #<Person:0xb7565dac>
        from ./test.rb:24
        from ./test.rb:21:in `each'
        from ./test.rb:21

When I do a person.inspect, I see a data member called "nil" that
points to the string that should be in "uid":

......@data={"cn"=>["Puppy Barksalot"], nil=>["PBarksalot"],
"sn"=>["Barksalot"], "objectClass"=>["top", "person",
"organizationalPerson", "inetorgperson"]}>

Can anyone help me out?

Question #2:

I'm trying to use ActiveLDAP in Rails, just like the above but with the
relevant code snippets distributed to config, models, views and so on.
I can get my application to query the LDAP successfully; a
person.inspect shows all the attributes' values are returned.  However,
none of the accessor methods are created.  The collection that should
hold them, @attr_methods, is empty.

Has anyone seen/solved this?


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