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Re: Foreign language characters (ITS#2501)

w.amin@sdv.com wrote:

>Dear Kurt,
>I have no clue how to solve this, even no help on openldap.
>And you just close report with out given me any hint how i can solve this
>Please assist.

This is not a bug, so please post to the openldap-software list
if you need help.  Otherwise it's like calling the firefighters
because somebody broke into your house.

In short, LDAPv3 uses UTF-8 as character encoding, so
you can't provide any charset you like.  You need to convert
your strings to UTF-8 encoding.  On Linux, you may use
iconv(1), or whatever conversion tool that can handle
encoding from and to your preferred charset.

But please, continue this discussion on openldap-software.