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 <a href=http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2251.txt>RFC 2251</a>.
 The core interface in this package is <code>LdapContext</code>, which defines
 methods on a context for performing extended operations and handling
 controls.
 
-<h2>Extended Operations</h2>
+<h3>Extended Operations</h3>
 <p>
 This package defines the interface <code>ExtendedRequest</code>
 to represent the argument to an extended operation,
 and the interface <code>ExtendedResponse</code> to represent the result
 of the extended operation.

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         return GETTIME_RESP_OID;
     }
 }
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-<h2>Controls</h2>
+<h3>Controls</h3>
 
 This package defines the interface <code>Control</code> to represent an LDAPv3
 control. It can be a control that is sent to an LDAP server
 (<em>request control</em>) or a control returned by an LDAP server
 (<em>response control</em>).  Unlike extended requests and responses,
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