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cannot load library novell.directory.ldap (C#)

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Hi folks,

I've tried to use the novell c# ldap library to connect to my unix ldap
directory. But everytime i try to debug my application i receive the error
message:

"unable to load novell.directory.ldap library."

I cant register this library in the gac, because it dont have a strong
name. I already try to generate a strong name for the library, using the
commandline tool, but it didn't work. So my questions is:

How can i access and retrieve properties from user or person objects from
an unix ldap directory? Its necessary to use novell's library, or there is
any ther way.

Thx

Jul 21 '05 #1
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Have you tried using fuslogvw.exe to monitor the loading of types on the
system (aka fusion, hence the name "fusion log viewer"). If your application
simply can't find the type, it will tell you the probing path the system used
(and failed) on. You need to turn monitoring on first via the fuslogvw UI,
then cause the type load failure. Click refresh in the fuslogvw UI and you
should see an entry for the exe you ran.

Try that to see if it helps debug your issues.

Tom Wisnowski
Statera
MCP MCAD

"BrunoSilveira_BR" wrote:
Hi folks,

I've tried to use the novell c# ldap library to connect to my unix ldap
directory. But everytime i try to debug my application i receive the error
message:

"unable to load novell.directory.ldap library."

I cant register this library in the gac, because it dont have a strong
name. I already try to generate a strong name for the library, using the
commandline tool, but it didn't work. So my questions is:

How can i access and retrieve properties from user or person objects from
an unix ldap directory? Its necessary to use novell's library, or there is
any ther way.

Thx

Jul 21 '05 #2

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