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perl hosting perl hosting An is the content of the attribute and its type is not restricted to that of string. You use an attribute name when you want to specify a particular attribute for either retrieval, searches, or modification. Names are also returned by operations that return attributes (such as when you perform reads or searches in the directory). When using attribute names, you need to be aware of certain directory server features so that you won't be surprised by the result. These features are described in the next subsections.

perl hosting In directories such as the LDAP, the attribute's name identifies the attribute's type and is often called the attribute type name. For example, the attribute name is also called the attribute type name. An attribute's type definition specifies the syntax that the attribute's value is to have, whether it can have multiple values, and equality and ordering rules to use when performing comparison and ordering operations on the attribute's values. Some directory implementations support , in which the server allows attribute types to be defined in terms of other attribute types. For example, a attribute might be the superclass of all name-related attributes: might be a subclass of .

perl hosting For directory implementations that support this, asking for the attribute might return the attribute. When accessing directories that support attribute subclassing, you have to be aware that the server might return attributes that have names different from those that you requested. To minimize the chance of this, use the most derived subclass. Some directory implementations support synonyms for attribute names. For example, .

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