Cfscript & ldap

How can I use the ldap features in cfscript within Lucee? The
documentation http://docs.lucee.org/reference/tags/ldap.html states that
it is supported in cfscript but when I do
var l = new ldap();
I get an error: invalid component definition, can’t find component [ldap]

If I call a tag-based UDF that wraps the cfldap tag then I am able to get
the ldap query to run. This all with the Lucee server built-in to
CommandBox.

Thanks!
Wes

This does not work:

var l = new ldap(); // <-- problem here
l.setServer(ldapServer);
l.setPort(ldapPort);
l.setUsername(ldapUsername);
l.setPassword(ldapPassword);

var qryResult = l.query(attributes=ldapAttr, start=ldapRoot, scope=ldapScope, filter=ldapFilter);

My current workaround:

SomeScript.cfc

var qryResult = UtilsCFML.MyLdapQuery(ldapServer, ldapPort, ldapUsername, ldapPassword, ldapAttr, ldapRoot, ldapScope, ldapFilter);

UtilsCFML.cfc

Try simply removing with ;

ldap server=ldapServer port=ldapPort username=ldapUsername password=ldapPassword name="results" start=ldapStart filter=ldapFilter attributes=ldapAttributes scope=ldapScope; On 10 March 2016 at 18:27, Wesley Hampton <@Wesley_Hampton> wrote: > How can I use the ldap features in cfscript within Lucee?

Ah, ok. Thank you for that explanation!

WesOn Thursday, March 10, 2016 at 3:16:13 PM UTC-5, Igal wrote:

is this just the way that tags translate to cfscript, or just certain ones
like ldap?

Most tags will translate this way. There are a few exceptions though, for
example, Dump will be used as a function, i.e. dump(var: x, label: “X”);

When the tag has a body then you would wrap the body with { braces }, and
if you need to output text into the body you would use writeOutput() or
echo() inside, for example,

will become:  

savecontent variable=“contents” {

dump(x);    // the dump of x will be now in the variable contents

}

Igal Sapir
Lucee Core Developer
Lucee.org http://lucee.org/
On 3/10/2016 12:09 PM, Wesley Hampton wrote:

Wow, okaaaay…that worked! Looks peculiar but since I’m new to Lucee is
this just the way that tags translate to cfscript, or just certain ones
like ldap?

Thanks a lot – learned something new here today…very puzzled…but did
learn :slight_smile:

Wes

On Thursday, March 10, 2016 at 2:21:12 PM UTC-5, Julian Halliwell wrote:

Try simply removing with ;

ldap server=ldapServer port=ldapPort username=ldapUsername password=ldapPassword name="results" start=ldapStart filter=ldapFilter attributes=ldapAttributes scope=ldapScope;

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is this just the way that tags translate to cfscript, or just certain
ones like ldap?
Most tags will translate this way. There are a few exceptions though,
for example, Dump will be used as a function, i.e. dump(var: x, label: “X”);

When the tag has a body then you would wrap the body with { braces },
and if you need to output text into the body you would use writeOutput()
or echo() inside, for example,

 will become:

savecontent variable=“contents” {

 dump(x);    // the dump of x will be now in the variable contents

}

Igal Sapir
Lucee Core Developer
Lucee.org http://lucee.org/On 3/10/2016 12:09 PM, Wesley Hampton wrote:

Wow, okaaaay…that worked! Looks peculiar but since I’m new to Lucee
is this just the way that tags translate to cfscript, or just certain
ones like ldap?

Thanks a lot – learned something new here today…very puzzled…but
did learn :slight_smile:

Wes

On Thursday, March 10, 2016 at 2:21:12 PM UTC-5, Julian Halliwell wrote:

Try simply removing <cf and replacing > with ;

<cfscript>
ldap
  server=ldapServer
  port=ldapPort
  username=ldapUsername
  password=ldapPassword
  name="results"
  start=ldapStart
  filter=ldapFilter
  attributes=ldapAttributes
  scope=ldapScope;
</cfscript>

On 10 March 2016 at 18:27, Wesley Hampton <wpha...@gmail.com <javascript:>> wrote:
> How can I use the ldap features in cfscript within Lucee?


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