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Default Integrating error

hello all
            Here is a simple question for all u gurus out here

How to integrate servlets and LDAP together
The thing is that i wanted to add the name of the users after retrieving them from the database via servlet into the LDAP directory

But the problem is that the servlet is not able to interpret the classes that are being include for the adding class that adds the entries to the ldap directory

I am using netscape sdk for java and the classes that the servlet is not able to recognize are
LDAPEntry,LDAPAtrributeSet,LDAPConnection,LDAPAttr ibute

they are include in Add.java file and the servlet is in LoginServlet.java

but the Loginservlet bypasses all this classes when it calls Add.java
and only output is the print statement that i have inluded in the Add.java

Plz help
Regards
Jignesh






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