Sorting and Paging Results
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LDAP controls provide a standardized way to modify the behavior of LDAP operations. A control can be viewed simply as a message that a client sends to an LDAP server (or vice versa). Controls that are sent as part of a client request can provide additional information to the server indicating how the operation should be interpreted and executed. For example, a delete subtree control can be specified on an LDAP delete operation. Upon receiving a delete request, the default behavior of an LDAP ...