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How to connect Win32 perl script with LDAP Unix systems?

Posted on 2001-08-10
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How to connect Win32 perl script with LDAP Unix systems?
I am writing a perl script to connect with LDAP Unix system.
I have loaded ActiveState Mozilla into PPM and prepare to use it.
But I am not sure how to apply it into the Win32 Perl script.
Thanks.
Terry
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use Net::LDAPapi;
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I will need to try it to see if it works.
Thanks for the advise.
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