This is the best ldap (oid) browser I have found so far. I have used JExplorer in the past but I love this tool from Apache and it’s Open Source too.

You can do so much with this,

You can import in LDIF/DSML format
You can export in LDIF/DSML/CSV/Excel/ODF format

Example Searches

Search User - cn=jadhavv from top of the tree

Otherwise-

ldapsearch -H ldap://my-oid-test:389 -x -D "cn=orcladmin" -W -b "dc=int" -s sub -a always -z 1000 "(cn=jadhavv)" "objectClass"

Search User 'jadhavv's  Groups - uniquemember=uid=jadhavv*

Otherwise-

ldapsearch -H ldap://my-oid-test:389 -x -D "cn=orcladmin" -W -b "dc=am,dc=ext" -s sub -a always -z 1000 "(uniquemember=uid=jadhavv*)" "objectClass"


Search All Users starting with Ja - cn=ja*

Otherwise-

ldapsearch -H ldap://my-oid-test:389 -x -D "cn=orcladmin" -W -b "dc=ext" -s sub -a always -z 1000 "(cn=ja*)" "objectClass"


Search all goup members for a group - cn=group_name and then Choose returning attributes as required.

Otherwise-

ldapsearch -H ldap://my-oid-test:389 -x -D "cn=orcladmin" -W -b "dc=ext" -s sub -a always -z 1000 "(cn=group_name)" "uniqueMember" "objectClass"

Go for it.

Apache Directory Studio™

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Guide to various ldap options –

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Some basic ldap searches,

Display User

ldapsearch -h oid.local.org -p 389  -b "dc=people,dc=contacts,dc=uk,dc=eu,dc=int"  "(uid=user_name)"

Display Group recepients

ldapsearch -h oid.local.org -p 389  -b "dc=uk,dc=eu,dc=int"  "(cn=group_name)"

Display User Groups (Don't forget *)

ldapsearch -h oid.local.org -p 389  -b "dc=uk,dc=eu,dc=int"   "(uniquemember=uid=user_name*)" "objectClass"