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LDAP.ModifyJSON

Changes an existing entry.

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LDAP JSON 8.0 Yes Yes Yes Yes No
MBS( "LDAP.ModifyJSON"; LDAPRef; dn; JSON )   More

Parameters

Parameter Description Example value
LDAPRef The reference number for the LDAP connection. $ldap
dn The name of the entry to add.
JSON The JSON to parse.
Must be a JSON array with entries. Each entry has an element operation with Add, Replace, Delete or Increment. Also a node with name "type" and the type to set. Than you can pass with value a single value or with values a list of values.

Result

Returns OK or error.

Description

Changes an existing entry.
If values are being added to or replaced in the entry, the function creates the attribute, if necessary. If values are being deleted, the function removes the attribute if no values remain.

Sample JSON for structure:

[{
    "operation": "Add",
    "type": "xxx",
    "values": ["Hello", "World"]
},
{
    "operation": "Replace",
    "type": "yyy",
    "value": "Other"
},
{
    "operation": "Delete",
    "type": "zzz"
}]

Version 10.1 or newer accepts name instead of type for the key to match the search results.

Version 10.3 adds new boolean fields "hex" and "base64". If true, we decode value from hex/base64 encoding and pass them as binary values.

See also

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Release notes

Created 11st December 2017, last changed 10th July 2020


LDAP.Modify   -   LDAP.ModifyRecord

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