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Re: RES: Base 64 encoded data...
That's right, but you should include the file
slapd.at.conf in the slapd.conf file
--- Christian Pinheiro <firstname.lastname@example.org>
wrote: > You can also threat this field as a binary
> To do this, look the slapd.at.conf
> -----Mensagem original-----
> De: Prashant K.S [mailto:email@example.com]
> Enviada em: quinta-feira, 1 de junho de 2000 08:58
> Para: Ray Jackson; openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
> Assunto: Re: Base 64 encoded data...
> on Linux you can use
> uuencode -m filename name >temp.
> The name is simply an argument that is used to get
> file name to store when the file is decoded.The
> encoded file will be temp.But it contains the first
> line as some information for decoding. So strip the
> first line in the file and you will get the base64
> encoded file. For decoding you can use uudecode.
> --- Ray Jackson <Ray.Jackson@cern.ch> wrote: > Hi
> > 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
> > treat the data as
> > Base 64 encoded data. However, how do I convert
> > 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
> > data via an
> > ldapsearch?
> > Cheers,
> > Ray.
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