C language function:ldap_compare_ext sample codes

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TITLE : C API for Oracle Internet Directory
A string attribute value to compare against, used by the ldap_compare() and ldap_compare_s() functions. Use ldap_compare_ext() or ldap_compare_ext_s() if you need to compare binary values........
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This result parameter will be set to the message id of the request if the ldap_compare_ext() call succeeds........
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TITLE : C API for Oracle Internet Directory
The ldap_compare_ext() function initiates an asynchronous compare operation and returns the constant LDAP_SUCCESS if the request was successfully sent, or another LDAP error code if not. If successful, ldap_compare_ext() places the message id of the request in *msgidp. A subsequent call to ldap_result(), described in "ldap_result", can be used to obtain the result of the compare........
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TITLE : C API for Oracle Internet Directory
Similar to ldap_compare_ext(), the ldap_compare() function initiates an asynchronous compare operation and returns the message id of the operation initiated. As for ldap_compare_ext(), a subsequent call to ldap_result(), described in "ldap_result", can be used to obtain the result of the bind. In case of error, ldap_compare() will return -1, setting the session error parameters in the LDAP structure appropriately........
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TITLE : C API for Oracle Internet Directory
The ldap_compare_ext() and ldap_compare_ext_s() functions support LDAPv3 server controls and client controls........
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TITLE : C API Reference
The ldap_compare_ext() function initiates an asynchronous compare operation and returns the constant LDAP_SUCCESS if the request was successfully sent, or another LDAP error code if not. If successful, ldap_compare_ext() places the message id of the request in *msgidp. A subsequent call to ldap_result() can be used to obtain the result of the compare........
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TITLE : C API Reference
Similar to ldap_compare_ext(), the ldap_compare() function initiates an asynchronous compare operation and returns the message id of the operation initiated. As for ldap_compare_ext(), a subsequent call to ldap_result() can be used to obtain the result of the bind. In case of error, ldap_compare() returns -1, setting the session error parameters in the LDAP structure appropriately........
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TITLE : C API Reference
The ldap_compare_ext() and ldap_compare_ext_s() functions support LDAPv3 server controls and client controls........
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TITLE : C API Reference
A string attribute value to compare against, used by the ldap_compare() and ldap_compare_s() functions. Use ldap_compare_ext() or ldap_compare_ext_s() if you need to compare binary values........
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This result parameter is set to the message id of the request if the ldap_compare_ext() call succeeds........
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/02/14 17:57:10 [debug] 5#0: *2 http_auth_ldap: ldap_compare_ext() -> msgid=5.......
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TITLE : Mozilla LDAP C SDK: Chapter 4 - Writing an LDAP Client
* To determine whether or not an attribute contains a specified value, call ldap_compare_ext() or ldap_compare_ext_s(). (See "Comparing the Value of an Attribute" for details.).......
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