you configure attributes that define search options, attributes to search,
and labels for the values returned. The Java properties definitions for such
attributes take the following form:
A decimal number
Do not leave any numbers in the sequence that remain commented out.
NameFinder depends on having the numbers in ascending order
An option character for use in searches
For example, P is by default the phone number option.
Thus, search for the entry with phone number 1 234 567 8910 by
typing -P "1 234 567 8910" in the
Do not use F as an option character. This character is reserved to allow you to enter LDAP search filters, such as -F "(telephoneNumber=1 234 567 8910)", directly.
This parameter is called arg1 in WEB-INF/classes/sample.properties.
A character for use in defining table columns as a parameter
For example, you can use the default configuration. You use the default
by passing fields=nfeP as one of the options in the URL
NameFinder for a search that returns multiple
NameFinder displays results in a four-column
table that has column labels Lastname, Firstname, eMail, and Phone #.
This argument is called arg2 in WEB-INF/classes/sample.properties.
The LDAP attribute to search when using optChar
This argument is called arg3 in WEB-INF/classes/sample.properties.
The label to display for the corresponding attr value when showing results for a single LDAP entry
This argument is called arg4 in WEB-INF/classes/sample.properties.
The column label to display in the table header for the corresponding attr value when showing results for multiple LDAP entries
This argument is called arg5 in WEB-INF/classes/sample.properties.
You can leave variables blank in search attribute properties definitions.