oracle internet directory application developer’s guide — dbms_ldap_utl sample code doesn’t work

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Hi, all I'm trying to set up Oracle Internet Directory Rel 9. I'm trying to use APIs provided in Application Developer's Guide. I started by copying and trying to run the examples given in the guide. My procedure connects to LDAP, authenticates me, but won't create a user. (Actually, it passes the create_user_heandle procedure, but that user does not exist if you look in Oracle Internet Directory). I don'y know what I'm doing wrong as I'm only copying the example, and then executing it with appropriate host/port/user/passwd parameters. Did anyone have the same problem? Can anyone send me a sample code for creating a user in Oracle Internet Directory (LDAP) from a pl/sql or sql package/procedure? Thank you so very much. Paulina.

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Please go to this link, which I provide below :
www.oracle.com/technology/sample_code/products/id_mgmt/javaapi/SampleUser/readme.html

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