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I-D ACTION:draft-greenblatt-dn-type-00.txt

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	Title		: Control for requesting DN object class in LDAP
	Author(s)	: B. Greenblatt
	Filename	: draft-greenblatt-dn-type-00.txt
	Pages		: 8
	Date		: 03-May-01
There are many circumstances in LDAP [1] when the result of a Search 
operation returns attribute values that have the distinguished name 
(DN) syntax.  This document defines controls that allow the client 
to request that the server tag each DN with its object classes.  
This is a useful feature because object classes such as groups [3] 
may hold many DNs, each of which is a potentially different object 
class.  When using this control in a search, the LDAP client request 
that the server return the object classes of each DN that is an 
attribute value of the search result.  This control also defines a 
way to limit the kinds of DNs that should be returned in a Search 

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