LDAP ClientA client for interacting with an LDAP/LDAPS server.
The LDAP client connector provides operations for interaction with LDAP/LDAPS services.
To allow tray.io to connect to your LDAP service, you'll need to white list ALL of the following static IP addresses:
For all authentication types, you will require username, password, and the Base DN for your connection.
The Base DN is the base domain name for the LDAP directory. For example, if a user's DN was
CN=Bob,CN=Users,DC=example,DC=com, the base DN would be
For a regular LDAP connection, you need the URL and Port for the host information. Do not include the protocol or the port in the URL.
The search operation can be used to perform LDAP queries, using a filter generated by the UI in the connector. If you want to enter your own custom filter, you can use the Search Raw operation, which will let you do so.
Alongside the filter, you can choose the scope for the query, as well as which attributes to return. You can return either a list of the DNs, or a selection of attributes.
If attributes is chosen, the default return type is to retrieve all attributes of the results. If you want to narrow this down further, you can provide a list of attributes to return.
Due to the possibility of very large result datasets, search operations will return up to 50 entries if returning as JSON.
To return all the results, you can either choose to return the data as an XML file, or by paginating through the results as JSON by utilising the
Batch get by DNs operation.
To return the data as an XML file, you can tick the
Return as file option in the search operation.
The easiest way to paginate is to perform a search query with
DNs Only chosen for the return type, then processing the results in chunks.
You can utilise the
chunk operation in List Helpers to separate the list of DNs into groups of 50.
Afterwards, you can loop through the groups of DNs and get their contents using
Batch get by DNs.
Search operation for all users:
List helper used to chunk the list of DNs:
Batch get all attributes on each set of DNs:
The LDAP Modify operation allows you to create entries, as well as modifying existing entries.
Add - The add operation allows you to add new entries into LDAP. To do this, you will need to specify the DN of the entry being created, as well as any required properties.
Replace - The replace option allows you to modify properties of existing LDAP entries. To do this, you will need to supply the DN of the entry being modified, as well as any properties being modified.
Delete - The delete option within the modify operation shouldn't be confused with the main delete operation. The delete within modify is used to remove properties from existing LDAP entries. To do this, you must provide the DN of the entry being modified, as well as the keys of any properties to be removed.
Performs an LDAP Modify DN (rename) operation against an entry in the LDAP server. A couple points with this operation:
- There is no ability to set "keep old DN." It's always going to flag the old DN to be purged.
- The client code will automatically figure out if the request is a "new superior" request ("new superior" means move to a different part of the tree, as opposed to just renaming the leaf).
To list users inside an organisational unit (commonly
cn=Users), you can use the search operation to filter objects by their objectClass. To do this, you can use a filter that ensures that
objectClass is equivalent to
Here is an example of using multiple filters. In this example 2 filters are being used together, one for checking object class and one for checking email address. The
AND option is chosen so that only results that match both filters are returned.
To add extra filters to search operations, you can add them in the further filters input.
Sometimes you might want to create rules to filter out certain result. To do this, you would select
Not Equals in the dropdown for the filter.
The following query returns results that dont have the first name of
The following is an example of a query that would need to be done using the Search Raw operation. A raw query is required as the complexity is higher, due to the use of nested queries.
The example searches for Users who have first names that are either
In the example, you can see that inside one of the
AND filters, there is an
OR filter, signified use the pipe character(
| ). This query thus implies that as well as being a User class object, the given name needs to be either
To create a new user, use the add operation and enter the DN of the new user entry. The only required entry parameter to create a user is
objectClass=User, but other entry items such as givenName, surname, mail, and password are commonly added.
To add a user to a group, you need to modify the list of members in the group to include the user. The easiest method of doing this is to use the LDAP modify operation, with the Add option. The attribute you need to modify is usually
member, and it is an array of strings.
Removing a user from a group is very similar to adding a user to the group, except you should use the
Delete option instead of
To delete a user, use the delete operation and pass in the DN of the user to be deleted.