BerElement structure

A BerElement structure is a C++ class object that performs basic encoding rules (BER) encoding.

Syntax


typedef struct berElement {
  PCHAR opaque;
} BerElement;

Members

opaque

Pointer to an opaque buffer. Do not attempt to access it.

Remarks

This is an opaque data structure that the ldap_first_attribute function allocates and returns to indicate the current position during a traversal of an attribute list. Pass the pointer to this structure to the ldap_next_attribute function.

Caution  When allocated by one of the two previous functions, you do not free the memory associated with this structure or its pointer when the BerElement is no longer required.
 

A BerElement structure can also be allocated by calling the ber_alloc_t or the ber_init function. In such cases, free the memory allocated to the BerElement structure by using the ber_free function.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows Vista

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2008

Header

Winldap.h

See also

Data Structures
ldap_first_attribute
ldap_next_attribute

 

 

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