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Product Standard: Directory Access

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1. Directory Access

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1.1 XDS Attribute Options

1.1.1 Asynchronous in a Context Object

Question 1: Is the Asynchronous attribute of a Context Object allowed to have the value true?

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Question 2: Do asynchronous function calls wait until the operation has been submitted to the underlying directory service?

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Question 3: What is the value associated with the constant max-outstanding-operations?

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1.1.2 Automatic Connection Management

Question 4: Does the implementation provide automatic connection management?

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1.1.3 File-Descriptor in a Session Object

Question 5: Can the File-Descriptor attribute of an open Session object be used as a file descriptor for poll() and/or select()?

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1.2 XDS Interface Function Options

1.2.1 Abandon()

Question 6: Does a call to Abandon() cause an Abandon operation to be requested of the directory and cause the asynchronous operation to be abandoned?

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1.3 XDS Package Options

1.3.1 Optional Packages

Question 7: Which of the following optional packages are supported?

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1.3.2 Encode Option

Question 8: For which classes are the Encode() and Decode() functions provided?

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1.4 Optional Subclasses

Question 9: Does the implementation define additional subclasses to provide alternative representations of Name OM class, Relative-name OM class and Address OM class?

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2. OSI-Abstract-Data Manipulation (XOM)

2.1 Character Sets

Question 10: Is the service performing conversion to a local character set?

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Question 11: Does the conversion of information to and from the local character set result in the loss of information?

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Question 12: What is the local character set representation, and what are the precise mappings between it and the various string syntaxes?

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Question 13: What are the precise definitions in C of the intermediate data types?

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Question 14: What is the length of the longest string that the Get() function will return?

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Question 15: Does the service report an exception if an object supplied to it as an argument is not minimally consistent?

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2.2 Intermediate Data Types

Question 16: What are the precise C definitions for the following intermediate data types?

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2.3 XOM Options

2.3.1 Maximum String Attribute Length

Question 17: What is the maximum string length for an attribute value before the elements of the string are omitted by the Get() function?

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2.3.2 Error if Object not Minimally Consistent

Question 18: In operational versions of the XDS library, if an object supplied to the service is not minimally consistent is an error reported?

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Question 19: In debug versions of the XDS library, if an object supplied to the service is not minimally consistent is an error reported?

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3. Appendix

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