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ldap_next_entry — Fetches the next entry.


string ldap_next_entry(connectionID, result);
resource connectionID: Connection ID
int result: Entry ID


Next entry ID string; FALSE on failure


Advances to the next entry using the entry ID assigned from ldap_first_entry() . FALSE is returned if there are no more entries to return.


PHP Version: 3+, 4+


Example 653. Loop through entries

$result = ldap_search($ldap_conn, "dc=foo,dc=com", $filter);
$entry = ldap_first_entry($ldap_conn, $result);
while ($entry) {
   $dn = ldap_dn2ufn(ldap_get_dn($ldap_conn, $entry));
   echo "DN is $dn\n";
   $entry = ldap_next_entry($ldap_connection, $entry);

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