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I-D ACTION:draft-legg-ldapext-component-matching-05.txt

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	Title		: LDAP & X.500 Component Matching Rules
	Author(s)	: S. Legg
	Filename	: draft-legg-ldapext-component-matching-05.txt
	Pages		: 50
	Date		: 10-Jan-02
The syntaxes of attributes in an LDAP or X.500 directory range from
simple data types, such as text string, integer, or boolean, to
complex structured data types, such as the syntaxes of the directory
schema operational attributes.  The matching rules defined for the
complex syntaxes, if any, usually only provide the most immediately
useful matching capability.  This document defines generic matching
rules that can match any user selected component parts in an
attribute value of any arbitrarily complex attribute syntax.  Generic
string encodings for attribute and assertion values of arbitrary
syntax are also defined.

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