This utility will take an LDIF in standard in and will output a tab delimited file on standard out. Great for LDAP!
Specify on the command line what attributes (in order) that you want in the resulting tab delimited file.
./ldif2tab.pl dn givenname sn < my.ldif
This command would create a 3 column table where column 1 is the DN, colum 2 is the givenname and column3 is the sn.
If there are multiple values for an attribute, the 1st value will be used.
These details are provided for information only. No information here is legal advice and should not be used as such.