ldap_count_entries — Counts returned entries.
int ldap_count_entries(connectionID, result);
int result: Result ID
Number of entries; FALSE on error
Returns the number of entries found from performing a
query with a search function such as ldap_read() or ldap_search() . Useful for
looping through a result set.
PHP Version: 3+, 4+
Example 631. Obtain a count
$host = "ldap.foo.com";
$ldapconn = ldap_connect($host);
$filter = "smith";
$result = ldap_search($ldapconn, "ou=People,dc=foo,dc=com", "cn=*$filter*");
$count = ldap_count_entries($ldapconn,$result);
echo "Found $count entries matching $filter in the directory\n";
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