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LDAP and Sybase connection using C#

I was thinking about making an application that would both interface
with an older Sybase database (ASA 9.0) and LDAP to do some grunt
work.

My plan is that the Sybase DB holds all the user information and I
want to cross check it with the LDAP directory to make sure that all
the users that exist in the Sybase DB have an LDAP entry so that both
hold the same information.

I did find this on Novell's website:
http://forge.novell.com/modules/xfco...lib-v2.1.8.zip

This would allow me to interface with LDAP I believe. (Looking for
someone to verify this?)

And the Sybase connection should be able to be done through ODBC.

I was wondering if anyone has had any experience with this before and
knows of a better way or had done it differently with good results.

Thanks,
Sean

Jul 22 '07 #1
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On 22 Lip, 19:05, Sean <ColdFusion...@gmail.comwrote:
I did find this on Novell's website:http://forge.novell.com/modules/xfco...csharp/ldapcsh...

This would allow me to interface with LDAP I believe. (Looking for
someone to verify this?)
Yes, I've used this library to connect with LDAP Server. Everything
works without problems. My application connects with LDAP Servers
(Novell eDirectory and Active Directory) and Sybase database (ASA
8.0/9.0) and exchange data LDAP<=>Sybase.
If you have more question - write mail me.

Jul 23 '07 #2
On Jul 23, 3:54 pm, badzio <bad...@gmail.comwrote:
On 22 Lip, 19:05, Sean <ColdFusion...@gmail.comwrote:
I did find this on Novell's website:http://forge.novell.com/modules/xfco...csharp/ldapcsh...
This would allow me to interface with LDAP I believe. (Looking for
someone to verify this?)

Yes, I've used this library to connect with LDAP Server. Everything
works without problems. My application connects with LDAP Servers
(Novell eDirectory and Active Directory) and Sybase database (ASA
8.0/9.0) and exchange data LDAP<=>Sybase.
If you have more question - write mail me.
Great!

Jul 23 '07 #3

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