ldap_add() adds entries to an LDAP directory. The information to be added is stored in an array passed to the function. If an attribute has only one value, it must be passed to the function in the following format, or it will fail:
$entry_array["attribute"] = value
If an attribute has more than one value, a multidimensional array must be constructed as follows:
$entry_array["attribute"] = first value of the attribute $entry_array["attribute"] = second value of the attribute
$dn = "uid=jdoe,dc=foo,dc=com"; $attr["cn"] = "John Doe"; $attr["uid"] = "jdoe"; $attr["title"] = "Manager"; $attr["telephonenumber"] = "123-456-6789"; $attr["telephonenumber"] = "123-345-5678"; $attr["objectclass"] = "organizationalPerson"; $attr["objectclass"] = "organizationalRole"; $host = "ldap.foo.com"; $ldapconn = ldap_connect($host); $bindresult = ldap_bind($ldapconn, "cn=Sysadmin,dc=foo,dc=com", "secret"); ldap_add($ldapconn, "$dn", $attr); ldap_unbind($ldapconn);
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