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ldap_mod_add — Adds a modification to an entry.


bool ldap_mod_add(connectionID, DN, entry);
resource connectionID: Connection ID
string DN: Distinguished name of the entry to be modified
array entry: Array of the attribute information to be added


TRUE on success; FALSE on error


This function is used when you want to add a simple attribute to the entry that corresponds to the DN specified.


PHP Version: 3.0.8+, 4+


Example 649. Add new email addresses to an LDAP entry

$attr["mail"][] = "";
$attr["mail"][] = "";
$attr["mail"][] = "";
$return = ldap_mod_add($ldapconn, "uid=jdoe,ou=People,dc=foo,dc=com", $attr);

if (TRUE === $result) {
   echo "The attribute was successfully added.";
} else {
   echo "The attribute could not be added.";

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