Converting Excel Data to a LDIF format

  • 12 years ago

    Hi all,

    I've been researching for a way to take data from an excel sheet and create a LDIF file. There's already a very similiar post from the VB6 section, but I have tried this using Visual Studio VB.Net 2005 and it doesn't work. Below is a link which explains in correct detail of my situation.


    Can this be created using VB 2005 and if so, how? I'm a n00b at VB.Net and ready to learn something new.

    Thank you.


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