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JNDI and LDAP

 
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iam new to JNDI and LDAP.
Iam trying to DEVELOP a small module which will let me connect to the iplanet LDAP server and let me add, delete and search for entries.
Can anybody help me out by letting me borrow some code or giving me some resources. Iam racing against time and was wondeirng if somebody could help me.
 
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iam using weblogic as the application server and I think that makes thing easier with less coding
 
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The JNDI specification and the JNDI tutorial both on Sun's site (http://java.sun.com/products/jndi/) contain example code for doing this.
Kyle
 
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