I am using the LDAPProvider java function to search a corporate directory. The problem I am finding is that it just appends ou=users to the ldap root to do the search instead of using a search base and filter. This means that if all your your users are not in the ou=users,ou=ldaproot you won't get any results.
Hmm.. are you sure about that? I don't see any ou=users anywhere in the code. However, the methods that make use of it, do always provide ou=users hardcoded. E.g. the searchUsers method in Users.java calls the ldap search class via
So it really comes down to a proper initialization and sending the proper request. E.g. you really cannot use Users.java's User.searchUsers as it doesn't provide a means to specify the ou... however, you can take User.java's User.searchUsers as a template on how to use the LDAPProvider class, and consult a JSP page that makes use of the Users class (e.g. the photodirectory) to see how to initialize the LDAPProvider.
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