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Understanding Search Test Operation with LDAP Request in JMeter

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Understanding Search Test Operation with LDAP Request in JMeter

It can be performed through LDAP extended request sampler.
This is the LDAP "search" operation, and will be used for defining searches.

Parameters
Name- Descriptive name for this sampler that is shown in the tree.
Search base- Distinguished name of the subtree you want your search to look in, relative to the given DN in the thread bind operation.
Search Filter- searchfilter, must be specified in LDAP syntax.
Scope- Use 0 for baseobject-, 1 for onelevel- and 2 for a subtree search. (Default=0)
Size Limit- Specify the maximum number of results you want back from the server. (default=0, which means no limit.) When the sampler hits the maximum number of results, it will fail with errorcode 4
Time Limit- Specify the maximum amount of (cpu)time (in miliseconds) that the server can spend on your search. Take care, this does not say anything about the response time. (default is 0, which means no limit)
Attributes- Specify the attributes you want to have returned, seperated by a semicolon. An empty field will return all attributes
Return object- Whether the object will be returned (true) or not (false). Default=false
Dereference aliases- If true, it will dereference aliases, if false, it will not follow them (default=false)





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Ronak Shah
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