Can you use QueryNew and copy the LDAP query info it to that a return it?
That is lame but it appears that the UDF mechansim doesn't think the query
from cfldap is really a query.
How about if you write this UDF without the web service stuff and try to
invoke it as just a function - does that work?
No, no. Not your fault I was just hoping to get a smoking gun with the
stack trace. I didn't mean that you didn't provide me with the right thing.
Sorry about that, I was reading *all* of the forums last night and I was
getting a little punchy. :-)
Anyway, I think I verified that the web service code should treat the LDAP
result set as a query, so something else fishy is going on here. I will be
traveling for the next few days, so I may not be able to respond quickly but
I will try to get back to this Monday at the office. Any info you can post
(or even a reproducable case) would be great.
Is it possible to combine two ldap query results? Just something like the join
function in SQL?
And another question I have if it is possible to combine an LDAP an SQL query>
(just like you can use JOIN to query in two tables, but then use something to
do the same with ldap and sql)
Is there anybody who knows if this is possible?
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