Stored procedures are function-like interfaces that extend the functionality of the driver beyond simple SELECT/INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE operations with LDAP.
Stored procedures accept a list of parameters, perform their intended function, and then return, if applicable, any relevant response data from LDAP, along with an indication of whether the procedure succeeded or failed.
CData JDBC Driver for LDAP Stored Procedures
|ChangePassword||Changes the password of the current user, provided the current password is known. To set the password without a current password (requires an administrator), use ResetPassword. Note that the User set in the connection settings must be a valid DN. Additionally, you must be connected to the server using SSL.|
|CreateTableFromSchema||Converts an LDAP RFC 2242 compliant schema into a table.|
|GetAttributes||Returns all the attribute names and values of the specified DN.|
|MoveToDN||Moves objects from one DN to another one.|
|ResetPassword||Resets the password of a specific user specified by DN. Use ChangePassword instead if the current password is to be authenticated first. Note that the User set in the connection settings or the AdminUser, if set when calling this procedure, must be a valid DN. Additionally, you must be connected to the server using SSL.|