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Call for Issues

I plan to put some time into working on some of the outstanding issues over the next week or two. However, I have received issues via just about every method of communication out there.  To make sure nothing is getting missed, if you are aware of an active issue that is NOT posted here – please either post it on the SourceForge tracker or reply back with a comment.

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  1. Sam Margulies
    September 7th, 2011 at 16:25 | #1

    When you go to the Users page, the “Add New” button that displays next to the heading links to the default WordPress Add Users page.
    If you are interested, I have a patch to redirect the user-new.php WordPress page to your plugin’s version to avoid accidentally adding users locally.

  2. James Revillini
    November 29th, 2011 at 09:23 | #2

    I have a problem in that my AD does not contain e-mail addresses for all accounts, such as test accounts, as well as users in a certain OU. I wrote a dirty fix which jams a fake e-mail into the account and immediately prompts the user to go update their e-mail. It has “allow users to fix their e-mail when it’s blank” as an admin option. How can I get this to you?

  3. Mar
    December 1st, 2011 at 04:56 | #3

    There are several errors in your WP plugin, when are you planning will you fix them? I don’t see your wp plugin page. Where is? Thanks a lot!

    Argument in WP_User->id()
    Used in wp-content/mu-plugins/ldap/lib/wpmu_ldap_adduser.functions.php on line 5.
    Use WP_User->ID instead.
    Deprecated in version 2.1.
    70 2011/12/01 11:34:59 AM
    Function: get_usermeta()
    Used in wp-content/mu-plugins/ldap/lib/wpmu_ldap.functions.php on line 188.
    Use get_user_meta() instead.
    Deprecated in version 3.0.
    1 2011/12/01 11:02:14 AM
    Function: get_usermeta()
    Used in wp-content/mu-plugins/ldap/lib/wpmu_ldap.functions.php on line 100.
    Use get_user_meta() instead.
    Deprecated in version 3.0.
    2 2011/12/01 11:02:14 AM
    Function: get_userdatabylogin()
    Used in wp-content/mu-plugins/ldap/lib/wpmu_ldap.functions.php on line 180.
    Use get_user_by(‘login’) instead.
    Deprecated in version 3.3.
    1 2011/12/01 11:02:14 AM
    Function: get_userdatabylogin()
    Used in wp-content/mu-plugins/ldap/lib/wpmu_ldap.functions.php on line 99.
    Use get_user_by(‘login’) instead.
    Deprecated in version 3.3.
    2 2011/12/01 11:02:14 AM
    File: wp-includes/registration.php
    Used in wp-content/mu-plugins/ldap/lib/wpmu_ldap.functions.php on line 97.
    This file no longer needs to be included.
    Deprecated in version 3.1.
    2 2011/12/01 11:02:14 AM
    Function: get_usermeta()
    Used in wp-content/mu-plugins/ldap/lib/wpmu_ldap.functions.php on line 346.
    Use get_user_meta() instead.
    Deprecated in version 3.0.
    2 2011/12/01 11:02:14 AM

    • Aaron Axelsen
      September 12th, 2012 at 08:53 | #4

      these will be fixed in the 4.0.1 release

  4. John McCreight
    January 5th, 2012 at 13:16 | #5

    Hi,
    I realize this post is quite old, but I wanted to check on why this plugin has no presence at the official wordpress repository..? It could be useful to be found on there, where it would appear another effort is underway to make an AD specific plugin. (Though it’s not MU friendly, that one.) For our purposes, a more MU friendly plugin is better, such as this one, but I’m encountering resistance due to its lack of inclusion in the official repository.

  5. Jussi Sivonen
    January 9th, 2012 at 01:49 | #7

    When enabling WordPress’ debug mode, I get 2 different errors from the WMPU-LDAP plugin:

    Notice: WP_User->id was called with an argument that is deprecated since version 2.1! Use WP_User->ID instead. in /home/testiwp/www/wp-includes/functions.php on line 3551

    Notice: has_cap was called with an argument that is deprecated since version 2.0! Usage of user levels by plugins and themes is deprecated. Use roles and capabilities instead. in /home/testiwp/www/wp-includes/functions.php on line 3551

    While the path points to the error message -generating bit of code instead of the actual error in the plugin, I’d say these sound the kinda bugs that should be fixed :)

  6. Matt
    September 7th, 2012 at 08:50 | #8

    @Sam Margulies

    Sam, did this ever get fixed? I still have the problem of user-new.php allowing to create local users. Can we get this redirected to the new user page for this plugin?

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