Philip Lembo wrote:
Very important point made about knowing the extended features of each
directory product. For example, Active Directory sets a hard limit on
the number of entries returned by a search. The way around this is to
use the Paged Results control extension (good feature). Problem is
that while this control is supported on AD and OpenLDAP it *is not*
thus far supported by any of the Netscape derived directory products
BTW, another way to look at this is that AD is broken in that it can't
return all the
results for a search to the client, and hence has to have the paged
results control mis-feature.
Netscape (and all UMich -derived products) aren't broken in this
respect and hence
do not need the paged results control.