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Re: Partitial results
At 09:59 AM 4/19/00 +0200, Mikael Grehn wrote:
>"Kurt D. Zeilenga" wrote:
>> At 10:05 AM 4/17/00 +0200, Mikael Grehn wrote:
>> >If I wish to use the partitial result return in my LDAP server, for
>> >example I wish to return 10 entries to the client then wait 10 sec. and
>> >then send 10 more entries, how should I do this?
>> See http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2696.txt
>this document describes how the client can specify (in LDAPControl Extension)
>a paged result request from server using a cookie as parameter that is
>refered in future (continuing) requests to server.
>But I dont need this, I want to find a way for the SERVER to limit the amount
>resulting entries by a partitial size and timelimit.
This is exactly what paging allows. Yes, it is client initiated.
This is a good thing.
>But the server need to
>tell the client that "ok, here are some result, present them now and wait for
>more results later on from me...".
The server needs to know that the client supports paged results
and needs to know when the client is ready for more results.
>Any suggestions or recommendations?
Don't change the core protocol.
>It would be great if the solution is implementable on both LDAPv2 and v3
As such requires protocol extension, both clients and servers
will likely have to support LDAPv3 (which provides a framework
for extensions) and the specific extension to manage the
paging of results.
>> Don't abuse partialResults. partialResults is should only
>> be returned by an LDAPv2+ server to indicate the presence
>> of search references.
>> >I am currently sending
>> >10 entries, then I send ldap_result->LDAP_PARTITIAL_RESULTS and then
>> >wait a certain idle time before sending 10 more entries and so on BUT
>> >the LDAP_PARTITIAL_RESULTS code doesnt seem to work properly(I get error
>> >at client side),..or have I got it all wrong?
>> >The reason for using the LDAP_PARTITIAL_RESULTS return code is that I
>> >dont want to overload my search dll, so I return search results in
>> >intervals using the LDAP_PARTITIAL_RESULTS return code inbetween.
>> >What am I doing wrong?
>I am sorry for asking how to use LDAP URL with bindname and bindpw on this
>mailing list, I'll try netscape (again).
>Greatful are all the/any help!