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When pushing data to an LDAP directory in our development system the attributes are being updated. When the program and configuration was moved to QA the program now issues a 'DN is Invalid' error.

After tracing I noticed that the program executes a RFC called LDAPRFC_SEARCH. In development the RFC extracts the DNS data but in QA it does not.

I have updated LDAP attributes manually using the LDAP transaction in both development and QA. It's just the program the does not update.

Any suggestions will be appreciated.

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    Posted on Aug 21, 2008 at 06:37 PM

    When attempting to add employee to existing LDAP Active Directory the function LDAPRFC_ADD returning a ldaprc of 16. This process has been working and several new employee's records added successfully to LDAP Active Directory.

    Placing the function LDAP_ADD in 'de-bug' mode - found the exporting parameters should be OK for the function LDAPRFC_ADD, although I am not sure how the parameter gf_key is created ?

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    • I am trying to set up a program to create new accounts in AD. I am using the sample program z_test_spldap_receive program and as you know it uses the spldap_receive_attributes function module. I am getting a 053 error (ldap server cannot execute operation) and it is giving me that error on the ldaprfc_add fuction module. after debugging the program it seems to skip right over the it and after trying to look at it in my system it appears to be missing. where is this function module located or is it some type of configuration that I am missing?

      Thanks

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