Directory Lookup Using Callmanager 5.1 (Linux)

Can anyone point to me to information on how to query the informix database (specifically the directory portion) for use in an application? We are hoping to present our users with a directory lookup option off of our portal...
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Thanks Sascha - I was looking at AXL SOAP for this level of access; however, it seems complex to write an application in C++ or Java just to query a database. Is there no SQL access or LDAP connections available? This is for a web app that does nothing more than is available when a user selects the Corporate Directory lookup from their phone... Please tell me a simpler solution is available.

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