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The LDAPv3 protocol uses controls to send and receive additional data to affect the behavior of predefined operations. Controls can be sent along with any LDAP operation to the server. These are referred to as request controls. For example, a "sort" control can be sent with an LDAP search operation to request that the results be returned in a particular order. Solicited and unsolicited controls can also be returned with responses from the server. Such controls are referred to as response controls. For example, an LDAP server might define a special control to return change notifications.
This interface is used to represent both request and response controls.
|public static final boolean||CRITICAL||Indicates a critical control. The value of this constant is true.|
|public static final boolean||NONCRITICAL||Indicates a non-critical control. The value of this constant is false.|
|Method from javax.naming.ldap.Control Summary:|
|getEncodedValue, getID, isCritical|
|Method from javax.naming.ldap.Control Detail:|
public byte getEncodedValue()
public boolean isCritical()