3.1.1.5.3.7 Undelete Operation

The undelete operation is used to revert the effects of a delete operation; that is, to turn a tombstone or deleted-object into a regular object (see section 3.1.1.5.5 for more details). The undelete operation is represented by a regular LDAP modify operation, which contains special instructions that are used to distinguish it from a modify operation. These instructions (attribute modifications) are disallowed for regular modify operations.

The undelete operation is identified by the presence of the following attribute LDAPMods (both MUST be present):

The undelete operation combines characteristics of both Modify and Modify DN operations. It modifies the object's attributes and moves it in the same transaction.

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