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Re: gb2312->utf8 in ldif
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At 08:50 AM 2001-10-03, Jay Sun wrote:
>I have created a ldif file with one entry that has base64 encoded utf8 string:
> destinationIndicator:: 5Lq6
> The 5Lq6 came from gb2312 string ? converted to utf-8 and then base64 encoded. I alway get the error when using ldapadd
> ldap_add: Invalid syntax
> additional info: destinationIndicator: value #0 invalid per syntax
>with the same result. However, if I use
>where c2VjcmV0 is the ascii string "secret" converted to utf-8 and then base64 encoded, everything worked fine. Is it because openldap somehow doesn't like the Chinese encoding? or because I did something wrong?
>Thanks for any pointer. I am desperately needing to figure this out
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