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Re: Using a different charset

At 04:54 PM 2/2/01 +0100, Javier Chicharro wrote:
>  I am using OpenLDAP 2.0.7, but I can't insert an entry with an accent.
>For example : if I try to insert an entry by a ldif file into the server
>that has 
>the attribute 'description' with a value that has an accent, the ldapadd
>aplication doesn't let me insert it. Without the accent ldapadd insert
>the entry.
>  How do I must do it?

Are you providing the description in the appropriate
character set for the version of the protocol you are
using?  If using LDAPv3, directory strings should contain
only UTF-8 encoded ISO 10646-1 characters.