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The Ldap Object looks like this before the searchUser (some details obfuscated):
$VAR1 = bless( { 'OPT' => { 'base' => somebase, 'idprefix' => 'cn', 'userid' => 'admin', 'charset' => 'ISO-8859-15', 'bindretry' => '3', 'ldaps' => 1, 'timeout' => '60', 'server' => someip, 'waitretry' => '5', } }, 'Utils::Ldap::CompanyLdap' );

And it looks like that after the searchUser:
bless( { 's_result' => bless( { 'parent' => bless( { 'net_ldap_version' => '3', 'net_ldap_scheme' => 'ldaps', 'net_ldap_debug' => 0, 'net_ldap_onerror' => sub { "DUMMY" }, 'net_ldap_host' => someip, 'net_ldap_uri' => someip, 'net_ldap_resp' => {}, 'net_ldap_async' => 0, 'net_ldap_port' => 636, 'net_ldap_refcnt' => 0 }, 'Net::LDAPS' ), 'entries' => [ bless( { + + 'changes' => [], 'changetype' => 'modify', 'asn' => { 'objectName' => 'uid=bla,ou=People,ou=foo,dc=bar +,dc=baz,dc=com', 'attributes' => [ {'type' => 'uid', 'vals' => [ someuid ] }, {'type' => 'cnum', 'vals' => [ 'L07345897' ] + }, {'type' => 'freeze','vals' => [ 'false' ] }, {'type' => 'dn', 'vals' => ['uid=bla,c=us, +ou=otherldap,o=baz.com' ] }, {'type' => 'email', 'vals' => [ a@b.com'] }, ] } }, 'Net::LDAP::Entry' ), ], 'errorMessage' => '', 'ctrl_hash' => undef, 'resultCode' => 0, 'callback' => undef, 'matchedDN' => '', 'mesgid' => 2, 'controls' => undef, 'raw' => undef }, 'Net::LDAP::Search' ), 'BIND' => 0, 'errors' => '', 'error' => '', 'OPT' => { 'base' => somebase, 'idprefix' => 'cn', 'userid' => 'admin', 'charset' => 'ISO-8859-15', 'bindretry' => 3, 'ldaps' => 1, 'timeout' => '60', 'server' => someip, 'waitretry' => '5', }, }, 'Utils::Ldap::CompanyLdap' );
The 'entries' contain all the userids, I have just added one to demonstrate. Normally there would be more.

In reply to Re^2: Testing Wrapped LDAP Classes by yulivee07
in thread Testing Wrapped LDAP Classes by yulivee07

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