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CanAFunk

Posts: 4
Posted: 04/12/2013, 10:18 AM

Hi I am trying to add "Imports System.DirectoryServices" as a reference.

If I go to Project Setting under Server/Scripts the Reference option is Grayed Out,

How do I add System.DirectoryServices to my project.

Imports System.DirectoryServices

is not working
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cvboucher

Posts: 190
Posted: 04/12/2013, 7:31 PM

For a CCS4 ASP.Net InMotion VB Project I put the following in the Assemblies project setting.

System.DirectoryServices, Version=2.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=B03F5F7F11D50A3A

Craig
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CanAFunk

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Posted: 04/15/2013, 6:59 AM

Hi thanks for the reply, my project is set on vb.Net and not "in Motion"

But I have added the code to the Assemblies project setting and still get an error.

Does your solution only apply to vb.Net in Motion?
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cvboucher

Posts: 190
Posted: 04/15/2013, 5:41 PM

Should apply to either. I'm not sure what will happen if the .Net Framework version of the project doesn't match the Version in the Assemblies project setting. Also, depending on how you are referencing the classes you may still need to Import System.DirectoryServices into your code. Here is a bit of code I use to authenticate against AD.
  
	Dim ErrorFlag As Boolean = False  
	Dim entry As New System.DirectoryServices.DirectoryEntry("LDAP://YourADServer.com/dc=YourADServer,dc=com", Login.GetControl(Of MTTextBox)("login").Text, Login.GetControl(Of MTTextBox)("password").Text, System.DirectoryServices.AuthenticationTypes.Secure)  
	Try  
		entry.RefreshCache()  
	Catch ex As Exception  
		Login.Errors.Add(InMotion.Common.Resources.ResManager.GetString("CCS_LoginError"))  
		ErrorFlag = True  
	Finally  
		entry.Dispose()  
	End Try  

I specified the whole System.DirectoryServices namespace in my code so I didn't need to Import it. With this code you would need to change how you get at the userid and password (and the AD Server) since this is from an InMotion project.

HTH,
Craig
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CanAFunk

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Posted: 04/15/2013, 9:02 PM

Thanks for the response, have a look at this, If i use the following :

Line 56: Dim oRoot As DirectoryEntry = New System.DirectoryServices.DirectoryEntry("LDAP://za.xxx.inter/ou=People,dc=za,dc=xxx,dc=inter")

I get this error:

Compiler Error Message: BC30002: Type 'DirectoryEntry' is not defined.

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cvboucher

Posts: 190
Posted: 04/16/2013, 2:51 PM

If you don't put
Imports System.DirectoryServices
at the top of your code file then
Dim oRoot As DirectoryEntry
needs to be
Dim oRoot As System.DirectoryServices.DirectoryEntry

Craig
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CanAFunk

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Posted: 04/16/2013, 3:06 PM

THANKS, Adding it to web.cofig file also did the trick

<add assembly="System.DirectoryServices,Version=1.0.3300.0,Culture=neutral,PublicKeyToken=b03f5f7f11d50a3a" /> 
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