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ldap_next_attribute — Fetches the next attribute.


string ldap_next_attribute(connectionID, result, Ber);
resource connectionID: Connection ID
int result: Result ID
int Ber: Internal memory pointer


A string containing the next attribute; FALSE on error


Similar to ldap_next_entry() but on the next tier down the LDAP result set. ldap_next_attribute() returns the next attribute using the internal memory pointer from ldap_first_attribute() . Unlike ldap_first_attribute() , the internal memory pointer doesn't have to be passed by reference with this function.


PHP Version: 3+, 4+


Example 652. Loop though attributes

$attr = ldap_first_attribute($ldapconn, $entry, &$ber);
while ($attr) {
   $vals = ldap_get_values($ldapconn, $entry, $attr);
   i = 0;
   while ($vals[$i]) {
      echo "$attr: $vals[$i]<br />";
   $attr = ldap_next_attribute($ldapconn, $entry, $ber);

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