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tutorial:adm:manage_ldap [2019/10/07 17:10]
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 The property **Base Contexts** contains one or more starting points in the LDAP tree that will be used when searching the tree. The property **Base Contexts** contains one or more starting points in the LDAP tree that will be used when searching the tree.
  
-When you run synchronization in the reconciliation mode, the connector starts the search for every value in the Base Context separately. The search uses paging, which means that the entries are processed in blocks consisting of (by default) 100 records according to the configured (VLV) sort. Be careful, when you have multiple values in the Base Contexts and you **modify distinguished name** of the entries **during the reconciliation**. If entries are moved to a different base, then other entries may omitted due to the paging and they fall to the **Missing account** state. ​+When you run synchronization in the reconciliation mode, the connector starts the search for every value in the Base Context separately. The search uses paging, which means that the entries are processed in blocks consisting of (by default) 100 records according to the configured (VLV) sort. Be careful, when you have multiple values in the Base Contexts and you **modify distinguished name** of the entries **during the reconciliation**. If entries are moved to a different base, then other entries may be omitted due to the paging and they fall to the **Missing account** state. So try to avoid this use case at all.
  
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