LDAP 2 LDIF: Export LDAP search results data in the LDIF format

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This class can perform a search query to an LDAP server and export the results in the LDIF format.

The class handles the connection to a LDAP server and execute searches the provided the base DN for a given search filter.

The result data can be then saved to a file or can be outputted to the current page.

The class comes with a simple console utility script and a web based exporter that can be customized according to the needs.

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Plain text file ldap2ldif Example Sample Console Utility
Plain text file ldap2ldif.class.php Class Main Class Source

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  Plain text file export.php Example Sample Web Exporter

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