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How to do batch operate the edirectory data

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My customer want develop new portal,They want to admin user batch execute delete user operate. but now they only delete one by one.So please support.thanks.
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Re: How to do batch operate the edirectory data

On 03/11/2018 03:24 AM, whitesocks wrote:
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> My customer want develop new portal,They want to admin user batch
> execute delete user operate. but now they only delete one by one.So
> please support.thanks.


It would help if a business case could be provided for their desire to do
one thing or another. LDAP can certainly be used to delete objects,
either individually or by subtree as of eDirectory 8.8 SP8 (which is now
out of support generally, replaced by eDirectory 9.0 and, recently, 9.1).

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Re: How to do batch operate the edirectory data

A number of tools from different vendors available (LDAP and NCP based tools).

JRButils is an extensive set of tools for managing Micro Focus (formerly Novell) products. The majority of the programs are provided in multiple forms for the Windows and Linux platforms.
http://www.jrbsoftware.com/jrbutils_nw/overview/

DN and DNL from HBWare
http://www.hbware.com/index.php/products-mainmenu-12

DN and DNL are command-line utilities for modifying NDS-attributes, trustee assignments on the filesystem and many many more. There are around predefined 90 commands available. The program has also a (script) language. The language can be used for creating new commands and or command scripts. This new version contains the programs DN (needs Novell Client) and DNL (uses LDAP). DN.exe is more powerfull because in combonation with the client it can also modify filesystem attributes/features (trustees, owenship, directory/file attributes).

Depend from your business case, possible to find (or develop) right tools.
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