Writing COM Interop Types

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We now have a complete understanding of how to read and write attribute values to and from the directory using any syntax or data type.

We began with a comparison of the collection classes used by both DirectoryEntry and DirectorySearcher for reading attribute values. We then explored the various types of LDAP data types and explained how they are converted to different types by different layers of the system. We also explained how the schema mapping mechanism performs mappings from LDAP data types to ADSI data types as well as the differences between how these types are marshaled by the DirectorySearcher and DirectoryEntry classes.

After that, we dove into the details of reading all of the different types of attribute values. We focused heavily on the more troublesome types, including LargeInteger and security descriptors.

We finished up by describing how to write attribute values and covered the troublesome types again from the writing perspective.

Part I: Fundamentals

Introduction to LDAP and Active Directory

Introduction to .NET Directory Services Programming

Binding and CRUD Operations with DirectoryEntry

Searching with the DirectorySearcher

Advanced LDAP Searches

Reading and Writing LDAP Attributes

Active Directory and ADAM Schema

Security in Directory Services Programming

Introduction to the ActiveDirectory Namespace

Part II: Practical Applications

User Management

Group Management


Part III: Appendixes

Appendix A. Three Approaches to COM Interop with ADSI

Appendix B. LDAP Tools for Programmers

Appendix C. Troubleshooting and Help


The. NET Developer's Guide to Directory Services Programming
The .NET Developers Guide to Directory Services Programming
ISBN: 0321350170
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 165

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