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I am not sure but as I remember error 503 is about LDAP authorization/authentication problems. You can check your credentials.
I am not sure what the problem is but there is no username or password. I have tried Anonymous but no luck whatsoever and try and catch isn't giving me any valueble information. I am clueless.
I also do not know what would be the way of tracking the problem. But I feel that you first need to learn your LDAP features before starting CF part.
Here are some resources that may give some ideas:
Using LDAP with ColdFusion
Integrating ColdFusion Applications with Microsoft Active Directory
I hope these helps.
> I also do not know what would be the way of tracking the problem. But I feel
> that you first need to learn your LDAP features before starting CF part.
> Here are some resources that may give some ideas:
> Using LDAP with ColdFusion
> Integrating ColdFusion Applications with Microsoft Active Directory
> I hope these helps.
As well as those ColdFusion LDAP resource, a general and free LDAP
browser can be had from Softerra, which I find invaluable to exploring
and creating LDAP structure and queries.
We are not using Active Directory.
Description: Retrieves everything from the LDAP Directory
RG03252008: Created it.
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Ian, a great tool! Thanks! :)
Ravi, you can first try this LDAP Administrator to connect your local LDAP server.
I think if you can connect to "your" LDAP server with any tool like that, it may give some more ideas.
I use LDAP Administrator and it lets me connect to it Anonymously. I read the articles your sent me and in them it says that by default all anonymous connections are blocked. The question..how do I add an user/password then?
If there is no username is specified, the LDAP connection will be already anonymous.
Hey Ian thanks for that tool link. It's exactly something i've been desperate to find :)