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NAME

       ldap_modrdn,  ldap_modrdn_s,  ldap_modrdn2,  ldap_modrdn2_s  -  Perform an LDAP modify RDN
       operation

LIBRARY

       OpenLDAP LDAP (libldap, -lldap)

SYNOPSIS

       #include <ldap.h>

       int ldap_modrdn(ld, dn, newrdn)
       LDAP ∗ld;
       char ∗dn, ∗newrdn;

       int ldap_modrdn_s(ld, dn, newrdn)
       LDAP ∗ld;
       char ∗dn, ∗newrdn;

       int ldap_modrdn2(ld, dn, newrdn, deleteoldrdn)
       LDAP ∗ld;
       char ∗dn, ∗newrdn;
       int deleteoldrdn;

       int ldap_modrdn2_s(ld, dn, newrdn, deleteoldrdn)
       LDAP ∗ld;
       char ∗dn, ∗newrdn;
       int deleteoldrdn;

DESCRIPTION

       The ldap_modrdn() and ldap_modrdn_s() routines perform an LDAP modify RDN operation.  They
       both  take  dn, the DN of the entry whose RDN is to be changed, and newrdn, the new RDN to
       give the entry.  The old RDN of the entry is never kept as  an  attribute  of  the  entry.
       ldap_modrdn()  is  asynchronous,  returning  the message id of the operation it initiates.
       ldap_modrdn_s() is synchronous, returning the LDAP error code indicating  the  success  or
       failure  of  the  operation.   Use  of  these  routines  is  deprecated.  Use the versions
       described below instead.

       The  ldap_modrdn2()  and  ldap_modrdn2_s()  routines  also  perform  an  LDAP  modify  RDN
       operation,  taking  the  same  parameters  as  above.   In  addition,  they  both take the
       deleteoldrdn parameter which is used as a boolean value to indicate whether  the  old  RDN
       values should be deleted from the entry or not.

ERRORS

       The  synchronous  (_s)  versions  of  these  routines  return  an  LDAP error code, either
       LDAP_SUCCESS or an error if there was trouble.  The asynchronous  versions  return  -1  in
       case of trouble, setting the ld_errno field of ld.  See ldap_error(3) for more details.

SEE ALSO

       ldap(3), ldap_error(3)

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

       OpenLDAP    Software    is    developed   and   maintained   by   The   OpenLDAP   Project
       <http://www.openldap.org/>.  OpenLDAP Software is derived from the University of  Michigan
       LDAP 3.3 Release.