Posts Tagged ‘LDAP Search Performance’

System.DirectoryServices Search Performance – Part 4

NOTE: This post is part of a series. Evaluating Performance of LDAP Queries LDAP search performance sometimes feels like more art than science.  The biggest reason for that is initially there doesn’t appear to be  tools available to evaluate your query and report on efficiency. STATS Control LDAP has what is called the STATS control.  […]

System.DirectoryServices Search Performance – Part 3

NOTE: This post is part of a series. Advanced Binding Options We’re going to take a little detour from search performance to talk about high performance binding to the directory.  The first thing a search does is bind to the directory.  And presumably you’ll bind to the objects that your search returns.  So even the […]

System.DirectoryServices Search Performance – Part 2

NOTE: This post is part of a series. Writing Efficient LDAP Filters Writing efficient LDAP filters sometimes feels like more art than science.  Mostly that’s because the tools to make it a science are not always well known or understood.  We’ll tackle measuring the performance of your queries later in this series, but first let’s […]

System.DirectoryServices Search Performance – Part 1

NOTE: This post is part of a series. At Silicon Valley Code Camp we got in a discussion about efficient LDAP queries. I thought it would best to write a few blog posts about performance considerations of searching when using System.DirectoryServices (including LDAP queries). I’m using the MSDN article Creating More Efficient Microsoft Active Directory-Enabled […]