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Re: Double byte in OPENLDAP, anyone tried this?
Netscape Communicator (like most Netscape software) expects characters to be
represented in UTF-8, in LDAP (either LDAP v2 or v3). UTF-8 is an encoding
of Unicode; it is defined by RFC 2279.
> I tried storing the name, surname and addresses in "double bytes"
> characters into openldap but when i tried to view them with an ldap
> client, say netscape, the characters does not display properly even though
> i have the Chinese reader NJ Star turn on.