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I-D ACTION:draft-weltman-ldap-java-controls-06.txt

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	Title		: Java LDAP Controls
	Author(s)	: R. Weltman, J. Khan
	Filename	: draft-weltman-ldap-java-controls-06.txt
	Pages		: 28
	Date		: 29-Mar-01
This document defines support for the Server Sorting Control, the 
Virtual List Control, the Persistent Search Control, the Proxied 
Authorization Control, the Authentication Request Control, and the 
Duplicate Entry Control in the Java LDAP API. Controls are an LDAP 
protocol version 3 extension to allow passing arbitrary control 
information along with a standard request to a server, and to receive 
arbitrary information back with a standard result.

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