Dieseloreo
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Perl::LDAP::constant LDAP_EXTENSION_MONITOR_EVENTS

I noticed the new Perl library supports the "LDAP_EXTENSION_MONITOR_EVENTS" call.
http://search.cpan.org/~marschap/perl-ldap/lib/Net/LDAP/Constant.pm

can anyone provide an example on how to properly use this?

I'm currently using a persistent search for object changes and this call give more of what I need.

The examples with the c# libraries using this give me exactly what I need and I would love to use perl for this instead of compiling a mono project and installing mono.
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Dieseloreo
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Re: Perl::LDAP::constant LDAP_EXTENSION_MONITOR_EVENTS

since I could not find examples or any other information for the perl extensions use, I actually compiled an exe on windows and transferred it over to a Linux box for execution using mono.
This appears to work perfectly and allows me to now run all my c# code on Linux without issues.

using the event_services example of the LDAP Libraries for C Sharp, this was easily accomplished.

note: I did find a bug in the libraries for c# and have opened a sr with micro-focus to hopefully get them to post a fix. generalDSevents did not come back correctly and actually was a bug in the libraries download from the ndk site.
they tried to return a 64 bit integer in one of the line and the calling section was expecting 32 bit integer.
this was found in generalDSevents.cs and have posted the fix to a few sites hosting the source code outside novells site.
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