EQUALITY Matching Rules are used to determine whether one attribute value is equal to another. The determination is generally made based on the normalized value, and ignores insignificant differences (e.g., differences in capitalization or extra spaces).

Two values of an attribute are considered equivalent if and only if they would match according to the equality matching rule of the attributeTypes.

Common examples of EQUALITY Matching Rules include:#

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