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Waz is correct. Based on the information we were provided at our local IBI office, LDAP can only be used from WebFOCUS for the purpose of Authentication.Authorization at no additional charge. If you require to access an LDAP repository for reporting purposes then you'll have to license the appropriate iWay adapter.
We had a similar need a while back and decided to use a slightly different approach, where we use a VB script to connect to Active Directory, extract user/group information to a CSV file and load its content into a couple of tables in our data warehouse on a daily basis. We can then use WebFOCUS metadata to query those tables using our regular iWay Oracle adapter and build the reports we needed. This approach works for us because user information is relatively stable so live connections to Active Directory are not necessary for our reports.This message has been edited. Last edited by: njsden,
7.1.6: (FOC263) EXTERNAL FUNCTION OR LOAD MODULE NOT FOUND: GRPLIST 7.6.6: (FOC263) EXTERNAL FUNCTION OR LOAD MODULE NOT FOUND: GRPLIST 7.6.12: (FOC263) EXTERNAL FUNCTION OR LOAD MODULE NOT FOUND: GRPLIST 7.7.05M: Returned a blank string for me