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Re: Using a different charset

LDAPv3 generally uses UTF-8 encoded ISO 10646-1 (Unicode).
LDAPv2 generally uses T.61.  If you characters outside of
US-ASCII, use either LDAPv3 or LDAPv2 but not both.  It's
the application responsibility to use the proper charset.
This may require transliteration.

  OpenLDAP 2.x implements LDAPv3 (and LDAPv2).
  OpenLDAP 1.x implements LDAPv2. 


At 04:45 PM 1/29/01 +0100, Javier Chicharro wrote:

>  It is possible to insert values with accents in a LDAP entry? (á, é,
>  Have I compile with a special option?
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