Please note that LDAP structure is changing on October 4, 2016. See LDAP Simplification and Standardization for more information.Contents
Affiliates are individuals who require authorization to use selected campus services, but do not meet either of the Student or Employee criteria (e.g., Visiting Scholars). Affiliates are entered into UC Path, including Post Docs and Emeriti.
UC Path is the authoritative source of all affiliate data in LDAP. The campus Directory pulls data from UC Path nightly. See Requesting Affiliate IDs from CSS.
Affiliates are added to the Directory the day after they are entered into UC Path.Grace Periods for information on how long records remain in OU=People after a record is expired.
- Please see the People OU Affiliations page for information on how to use LDAP affiliations to determine if a someone is an affiliate.
- The Affiliate Criteria page also has information on verifying employee status in the Directory.
The CalNet team sets LDAP attributes as public or private in accordance with applicable requirements, such as the Federal Education and Privacy Rights Act (FERPA). Please visit the People Attribute Schema page for a table listing LDAP attributes, the data owner, and whether a particular attribute is public or private.
Many UC Berkeley affiliates have additional affiliations with the campus, such as a student or alumni affiliations. Please see the LDAP People Entry Structure page for samples of a person entry with multiple affiliations.