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classic ASP and IBM LDAP query

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I am new to IIS and ASP but I have to develop a solution on IIS server using classic ASP and IBM LDAP (IBM Directory Server).

Here is my requirement:
I need to query IBM LDAP from ASP and retrieve the attributes.  How do I achieve this please help.
Can somebody help me with sample code or solution?

Thanks in advance for the help.
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Thanks alorentz.  I will try it out.
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