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Re: command line utilities and ldif files

At 12:31 PM 9/12/00 -0400, Christian J. Chuba wrote:
>Do the command line utilities which read ldiff files for add or modify entries support utf-8 encoded input files for OpenLDAP 2.01?

If using LDAPv3, UTF-8 encoded ISO-10646-1 is expected.
If using LDAPv2, T.61 is expected.

>I know that ascii and utf-8 are the same but what about non-English languages?

Use LDAPv3 and UTF-8.