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DefinitionProtocolOp

The protocol operation is the element in the LDAP Message that contains the heart of the request or response. That is, it indicates what type of message it is. There are several different kinds of protocol op elements, including:

  • The abandon request protocol op, which is described in the Abandon Operation section.
  • The add request and add response protocol ops, which are described in the Add Operation section.
  • The bind request and bind response protocol ops, which are described in the Bind Operation section.
  • The compare request and compare response protocol ops, which are described in the Compare Operation section.
  • The delete request and delete response protocol ops, which are described in the Delete Operation section.
  • The extended request and extended response protocol ops, which are described in the Extended Operation section.
  • The modify request and modify response protocol ops, which are described in the Modify Operation section.
  • The modify DN request and modify DN response protocol ops, which are described in the ModifyDNRequest section.
  • The search request, search result entry, search result reference, and search result done protocol ops, which are described in the Search Operation section.
  • The unbind request protocol op, which is described in the Unbind Operation section.
  • The intermediate response protocol op, which is described in the Intermediate Response.

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