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First you need to discover whether your LDAP servers support transactions.
I think every LDAP server supports transaction support, otherwise the current application won't workout. As I said in my question our current application works in a transaction( sending collection of mod items and get updated all or none).
Anyway is there any alternate way to find out the server supports transactions?
I think every LDAP server supports transaction support1 No. OpenLDAP doesnt support transactions, at least not in the version I am using.
our current application works in a transaction2. So what exactly is your question?
Anyway is there any alternate way to find out the server supports transactions?3. Alternate to what?
4. If 'every LDAP server supports transaction support' as you claim above, what again is your question?
This doesn't make any sense.
The fact of the matter is that you are confused about the terminology. The call above is atomic, not transactional. Transactions require begins and commits and rollbacks. There are extended LDAP operations for transactions: see http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5805. Whether your server supports them can be ascertained by querying the supportdExtension and supportedControl attributes of the root element: see the RFC.