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Mac to Windows issue (Lasso 8.6)

Patrick Larkin-3
Hello -

We recently had a failure of one of our Mac web servers running Lasso.  We
moved the site to a Windows server (2008) and everything seems well except
for an LDAP login script.

The following bit doesn't seem to like the new Windows environment:

local('myLDAP' = LDAP);
   #myLDAP->Open($wa_addr);
   #myLDAP->Authenticate($win_auth_user, $password);
   #myLDAP->Close;

Which now responds with this error:

No tag, type or constant was defined under the name "LDAP"

This same code worked fine on the Mac server.  Is there a syntax issue I
need to be aware of in Windows?  Thanks.

Patrick

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Re: Mac to Windows issue (Lasso 8.6)

Patrick Larkin-3
Anyone have any idea? I'm perplexed.

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> On Nov 26, 2016, at 2:16 PM, Patrick Larkin <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Hello -
>
> We recently had a failure of one of our Mac web servers running Lasso.  We moved the site to a Windows server (2008) and everything seems well except for an LDAP login script.  
>
> The following bit doesn't seem to like the new Windows environment:
>
> local('myLDAP' = LDAP);
>    #myLDAP->Open($wa_addr);
>    #myLDAP->Authenticate($win_auth_user, $password);
>    #myLDAP->Close;
>
> Which now responds with this error:
>
> No tag, type or constant was defined under the name "LDAP"
>
> This same code worked fine on the Mac server.  Is there a syntax issue I need to be aware of in Windows?  Thanks.
>
> Patrick

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Re: Mac to Windows issue (Lasso 8.6)

jasonhuck
The LDAP tags require that the LDAP connector is present in the
LassoModules folder. You should verify that the connector is there. It may
not get installed by default on Windows, or the person who installed Lasso
may have done a custom install and left it out. If it's missing, you will
need to re-run the installer, or get a copy of the LDAP connector for
Windows and copy it into the LassoModules folder manually, then restart
LassoService.

If the LDAP connector is there, then try running Lasso in console mode
(look in the Tools folder) to see if it explains why it isn't loading the
module.

HTH,
Jason




On Mon, Nov 28, 2016 at 9:32 AM, Patrick Larkin <[hidden email]>
wrote:

> Anyone have any idea? I'm perplexed.
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
> > On Nov 26, 2016, at 2:16 PM, Patrick Larkin <[hidden email]>
> wrote:
> >
> > Hello -
> >
> > We recently had a failure of one of our Mac web servers running Lasso.
> We moved the site to a Windows server (2008) and everything seems well
> except for an LDAP login script.
> >
> > The following bit doesn't seem to like the new Windows environment:
> >
> > local('myLDAP' = LDAP);
> >    #myLDAP->Open($wa_addr);
> >    #myLDAP->Authenticate($win_auth_user, $password);
> >    #myLDAP->Close;
> >
> > Which now responds with this error:
> >
> > No tag, type or constant was defined under the name "LDAP"
> >
> > This same code worked fine on the Mac server.  Is there a syntax issue I
> need to be aware of in Windows?  Thanks.
> >
> > Patrick
>
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Re: Mac to Windows issue (Lasso 8.6)

Patrick Larkin-3
Jason-

Many thanks. We are up and running!

Patrick

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> On Nov 28, 2016, at 9:44 AM, Jason Huck <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> The LDAP tags require that the LDAP connector is present in the
> LassoModules folder. You should verify that the connector is there. It may
> not get installed by default on Windows, or the person who installed Lasso
> may have done a custom install and left it out. If it's missing, you will
> need to re-run the installer, or get a copy of the LDAP connector for
> Windows and copy it into the LassoModules folder manually, then restart
> LassoService.
>
> If the LDAP connector is there, then try running Lasso in console mode
> (look in the Tools folder) to see if it explains why it isn't loading the
> module.
>
> HTH,
> Jason
>
>
>
>
> On Mon, Nov 28, 2016 at 9:32 AM, Patrick Larkin <[hidden email]>
> wrote:
>
>> Anyone have any idea? I'm perplexed.
>>
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>
>>> On Nov 26, 2016, at 2:16 PM, Patrick Larkin <[hidden email]>
>> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hello -
>>>
>>> We recently had a failure of one of our Mac web servers running Lasso.
>> We moved the site to a Windows server (2008) and everything seems well
>> except for an LDAP login script.
>>>
>>> The following bit doesn't seem to like the new Windows environment:
>>>
>>> local('myLDAP' = LDAP);
>>>   #myLDAP->Open($wa_addr);
>>>   #myLDAP->Authenticate($win_auth_user, $password);
>>>   #myLDAP->Close;
>>>
>>> Which now responds with this error:
>>>
>>> No tag, type or constant was defined under the name "LDAP"
>>>
>>> This same code worked fine on the Mac server.  Is there a syntax issue I
>> need to be aware of in Windows?  Thanks.
>>>
>>> Patrick
>>
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