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    LDAP Provider and Page Expiration

    How do I access the LDAP provider from within my ASP. I know how to do it on the client-side, getObject("LDAP:// blah blah") but that doesn't work inside the ASP parser.

    Also, I am trying to make my app so that if the user clicks the back button, it will come up with a "page expired....etc."

    Any help with either of these would be great! Thanks.

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    A page can only expire if you have sent information to it, then you go back and the information has changed.
    Example would be: I sent a submition for a poll. It takes me to a new page with the results. If I hit the back button the page will be expired.

    I am not sure what an LDAP Provider is. Would ou be able to fill me in?

    Look through here and tell me if this helps.
    http://www.google.ca/search?hl=en&ie...rovider+&meta=

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    Thanks a lot for the link! The Lightweight Directory Access Provider (its either Provider or Protocol) is what interfaces with the Active Directory in Win2K. Its fairly easy to access it using a client-side <script></script> but I didn't know how to do it with a server-side script.

    As far as the page expiration, I am submitting info from page to page, and I think I could figure out how to do it using a session variable and the global.asa file, but I was wondering if there was an easier way.

    Again, thanks for the link, I should have thought of google myself *smacks forehead*


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