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C# Accessing Names.nsf on LDAP Server

Posted on 2012-09-21
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Last Modified: 2012-09-26
Dear Experts

I've created a project two months ago using C# and .NET 4. Now Management decided to add electronic signature feature, so every user will select their supervisor from a list, and an email with a link will reach the supervisor. After much debate, they decided that the list should come from Names.nsf on our LDAP server. So C# & Domino? To me that’s a frightening idea, yet I’m stuck with that decision.

So my question is, what namespace we should use ? and if there’s any example somewhere related to the issue.

Many thanks in advance.
Question by:Faraj1969

Accepted Solution

JGRobinson earned 2000 total points
ID: 38434583

Here is a link to accessing domino from .NET http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/lotus/library/domino-msnet/

I wonder however if you could just access it via either LDAP itself, or via an exposed webservice rather than trying to hit the nsf file directly.

Just a thought,

Hope this helps

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ID: 38438417
Thanks Graham.

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