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Re: Base 64 encoded data...
ldif -b someAttributeName < yourFileName
Without the '-b' option, each line in your textfile would be a new
attribute. Redirect the output to a new LDIF file or append to an existing
LDIF file. Sprinkle with sugar and serve!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ray Jackson" <Ray.Jackson@cern.ch>
Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2000 6:22 AM
Subject: Base 64 encoded data...
> Hi all,
> I have a text file (including new lines) which I want to store on the
> LDAP server. I understand that to do this I need to treat the data as
> Base 64 encoded data. However, how do I convert my data to base 64
> encoded data and more importantly how do I convert is back to the
> original format after I retrieve the base 64 encoded data via an