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MDL-31388 Fixing typo in enrol_ldap

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1 parent 0dde394 commit 7d169e53f438fa3a7cf352207cf6dadbb88697ad Gerard (Gerry) Caulfield committed Feb 14, 2012
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  1. +1 −1 enrol/ldap/lang/en/enrol_ldap.php
@@ -92,7 +92,7 @@
$string['pluginname'] = 'LDAP enrolments';
$string['pluginname_desc'] = '<p>You can use an LDAP server to control your enrolments. It is assumed your LDAP tree contains groups that map to the courses, and that each of those groups/courses will have membership entries to map to students.</p><p>It is assumed that courses are defined as groups in LDAP, with each group having multiple membership fields (<em>member</em> or <em>memberUid</em>) that contain a uniqueidentification of the user.</p><p>To use LDAP enrolment, your users <strong>must</strong> to have a valid idnumber field. The LDAP groups must have that idnumber in the member fields for a user to be enrolled in the course. This will usually work well if you are already using LDAP Authentication.</p><p>Enrolments will be updated when the user logs in. You can also run a script to keep enrolments in synch. Look in <em>enrol/ldap/cli/sync.php</em>.</p><p>This plugin can also be set to automatically create new courses when new groups appear in LDAP.</p>';
$string['pluginnotenabled'] = 'Plugin not enabled!';
-$string['role_mapping'] = '<p>For each rol that you want to assign from LDAP, you need to specify the list of contexts where the role courses\'s groups are located. Separate different contexts with \';\'.</p><p>You also need to specify the attribute your LDAP server uses to hold the members of a group. Usually \'member\' or \'memberUid\'</p>';
+$string['role_mapping'] = '<p>For each role that you want to assign from LDAP, you need to specify the list of contexts where the role courses\'s groups are located. Separate different contexts with \';\'.</p><p>You also need to specify the attribute your LDAP server uses to hold the members of a group. Usually \'member\' or \'memberUid\'</p>';
$string['role_mapping_key'] = 'Map roles from LDAP ';
$string['roles'] = 'Role mapping';
$string['server_settings'] = 'LDAP server settings';

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