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Well, thank you very much for your flash-like answer, Mr. Masarati.
And let me clarify a bit things about part 2 of ITS
>> 2. Leading and trailing spaces issue.
>> When I try to rename existing entry (e.g.: with UID or OU RDN's attribute
>> to the same RDN's value except for additional trailing or leading spaces
>> escaped ofcourse) the server return "Already Exists" error.
>leading/trailing chars are removed, unless they are escaped (be liberal in
>you read, strict in what you write). Note that a DN of "cn= something"
>be an error; a DN of "cn=\ something" is correct, as well as
>If you use "cn= something", slapd is liberal, and reads "cn=something".
If I add a new entry with DN in a form of "uid=\ something" everithing is ok
"uid=something" does not exists. But if it does, server returns "Already
Exists". But I'm
not sure is it a correct behaviour? I mean is it normal that server treats
strings "\ something"
and "something" as identical?