LDAP libraries for C# enable you to write applications for accessing, managing, and updating information stored in Novell® eDirectory™ or other LDAP compliant directories.
This guide consists of the following sections:
This guide is intended for C# developers who desire to write applications to access, manage, update, and search for information stored in Novell eDirectory and other LDAP-aware directories.
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Novell eDirectory and LDAP Information:
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