Java NamingEnumeration question

Experts, I'm trying with no luck to extract actual value of NamingEnumeration and am hitting a brick wall.  The code snippet works great to send the information to the debugger. but I need to store and return the attribute value.   I get all sorts of runtime errors when I attempt e.next().toString.

What am i missing?
while (answer.hasMore()) {
                SearchResult sr = (SearchResult)answer.next(); // dn record
                Attributes attribs = sr.getAttributes();
                if (attribs == null) {
                    System.out.println("No Attributes found");
                } else {
                    for (NamingEnumeration ae = attribs.getAll(); ae.hasMore();) {
                        Attribute attr = (Attribute)ae.next();
                        for (NamingEnumeration e = attr.getAll(); e.hasMore(); ) {
                            System.out.println("value: " + e.next());
                        }
                    }
                    Attrs.appendChild(Attr);
                }
            }

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ken_kmsAsked:
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objectsCommented:
>   I get all sorts of runtime errors when I attempt e.next().toString.

what r they?
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Pramod KumarCommented:
If e.next() is java.io.Exception, then use below:

StackTraceElement ste[] = e.next().getStackTrace();

for(int x=0;x<ste.length; x++){
      System.out.println(ste[x].toString());
}
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ken_kmsAuthor Commented:
I don't know what the error messages are, I just need the ability to extract the e.next() literal and populate a string variable.  Is this possible?
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objectsCommented:
hard to help without knowing what the error is

> I get all sorts of runtime errors when I attempt e.next().toString.

and the code you posted does not call toString() that I can see
Make sure you check for null before calling toString()
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ken_kmsAuthor Commented:
My apologies, been on other projects for a while.  The project was scrapped in the meanwhile so this question became mute.

Thanks for the help
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