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    Command:

    ldapurl

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           ldapurl      [-a attrs]      [-b searchbase]     [-e [!]ext[=extparam]]
           [-E [!]ext[=extparam]] [-f filter] [-H ldapuri] [-h ldaphost] [-p ldap-
           port] [-s {base|one|sub|children}] [-S scheme]
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           ldapurl  is  a  command that allows to either compose or decompose LDAP
           URIs.
    
           When invoked with the -H option, ldapurl extracts the components of the
           ldapuri  option argument, unescaping hex-escaped chars as required.  It
           basically acts as a frontend to the ldap_url_parse(3) call.  Otherwise,
           it builds an LDAP URI based on the components passed with the appropri-
           ate options, performing the inverse operation.  Option -H is incompati-
           ble with options -a, -b, -E, -f, -H, -h, -p, -S, and -s.
    
    
    

    OPTIONS

           -a attrs
                  Set a comma-separated list of attribute selectors.
    
           -b searchbase
                  Set the searchbase.
    
           -e [!]ext[=extparam]
    
                  Specify  general  extensions with -e ?!? indicates criti-
                  cality.
    
                  General extensions:
                    [!]assert=<filter>    (an RFC 4515 Filter)
                    !authzid=<authzid>    ("dn:<dn>" or "u:<user>")
                    [!]bauthzid           (RFC 3829 authzid control)
                    [!]chaining[=<resolve>[/<cont>]]
                    [!]manageDSAit
                    [!]noop
                    ppolicy
                    [!]postread[=<attrs>] (a comma-separated attribute list)
                    [!]preread[=<attrs>]  (a comma-separated attribute list)
                    [!]relax
                    sessiontracking
                    abandon,cancel,ignore (SIGINT sends abandon/cancel,
                    or ignores response; if critical, doesn't wait for SIGINT.
                    not really controls)
    
           -E [!]ext[=extparam]
                  Set URL extensions; incompatible with -H.
    
           -f filter
                  Set the URL filter.  No particular  check  on  conformity
                  with RFC 4515 LDAP filters is performed, but the value is
                  hex-escaped as required.
    
           -s {base|one|sub|children}
                  Specify  the  scope of the search to be one of base, one,
                  sub, or children to specify  a  base  object,  one-level,
                  subtree,  or children search.  The default is sub.  Note:
                  children scope requires LDAPv3 subordinate feature exten-
                  sion.
    
    
    

    OUTPUT FORMAT

           If  the  -H  option is used, the ldapuri supplied is exploded in
           its components, which are printed to standard output in an LDIF-
           like form.
    
           Otherwise,  the URI built using the values passed with the other
           options is printed to standard output.
    
    
    

    EXAMPLE

           The following command:
    
               ldapurl -h ldap.example.com -b dc=example,dc=com -s sub -f "(cn=Some One)"
    
           returns
    
               ldap://ldap.example.com:389/dc=example,dc=com??sub?(cn=Some%20One)
    
           The command:
    
               ldapurl -H ldap://ldap.example.com:389/dc=example,dc=com??sub?(cn=Some%20One)
    
           returns
    
               scheme: ldap
               host: ldap.example.com
               port: 389
               dn: dc=example,dc=com
               scope: sub
               filter: (cn=Some One)
    
    
    

    DIAGNOSTICS

           Exit status is zero if no errors occur.  Errors result in a non-
           zero exit status and a diagnostic message being written to stan-
           dard error.
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

           ldap(3), ldap_url_parse(3),
    
    
    

    AUTHOR

           The OpenLDAP Project <http://www.openldap.org/>
    
    
    

    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

    
    

    OpenLDAP LDVERSION RELEASEDATE LDAPURL(1)

    
    
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