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Re: National characters isn't case insensitive searchable (ITS#1584)

At 12:43 AM 2002-02-11, claude.lecommandeur@epfl.ch wrote:
>   On the same subject, when searching openldap, it doesn't match accentuated
>characters with the same character without accent. i.e. 'stephane' doesn't
>match 'stéphane'.

Yes, e and é are quite different scripts.  Unicode encodes
characters on a per script basis, not on a per language basis.

>This is really a problem for us french, I had to duplicate
>all accentuated attributes values with the no-accent version.
>Is there a more elegant solution for this ?

You can use language tags to associate language with values
in the directory.  See RFC 2596.