OpenLDAP does not support Chinese characters. OpenLDAP uses T.61 (the character set specified by LDAP v2). T.61 supports Western European languages, but not Chinese. At least, that's my understanding. I might be mistaken. Xuan Huan wrote: > Would you like to give me some examples by using openldap1.2.x about > Chinese character. For example,some attribute value need Chinese > character.