Net::LDAP::Message - Message response from LDAP server
Net::LDAP::Message is a base class for the objects returned by the Net::LDAP methods abandon, add, bind, compare, delete, modify, moddn, search and unbind.
The sub-class Net::LDAP::Search returned by search also defines many methods.
If the Net::LDAP object is in async mode then all these methods, except
mesg_id, will cause a wait until the request is completed.
The code value in the result message from the server. Normally for a success zero will be returned. Constants for the result codes can be imported from the Net::LDAP or Net::LDAP::Constant module.
Return the list of controls that were returned from the server. If one or more OIDs are given as arguments, return only the controls of the OIDs given.
The DN in the result message from the server.
Returns true if the request has been completed.
Returns the error message in the result message from the server. If the server did not include an error message, then the result of ldap_error_desc with the error code from the result message.
Returns the name of the error code in the result message from the server. See ldap_error_name for a detailed description of the return value.
Returns the short text description of the error code in the result message from the server. See ldap_error_text for a detailed description of the return value.
Returns a long text description of the error code in the result message from the server. See ldap_error_desc for a detailed description of the return value.
Returns true if the result code is considered to be an error for the operation.
The message id of the request message sent to the server.
Returns a list of referrals from the result message.
The error message returned by the server, or
undef if the server did not provide a message.
Wait for the server to complete the request.
Net::LDAP, Net::LDAP::Search, Net::LDAP::Constant, Net::LDAP::Util
This document is based on a document originally written by Russell Fulton <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Graham Barr <email@example.com>
Please report any bugs, or post any suggestions, to the perl-ldap mailing list <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Copyright (c) 1997-2004 Graham Barr. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.