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Re: Problem with foreign characters
Paul Gillingwater wrote:
> There must be a FAQ for this. Basically, you need to encode non-ASCII
> Here's the "Kurt" response from Kurt Zeilenga:
> RFC 2253 details a UTF-8 string representation which used in LDAPv3
> [RFC 2251]. RFC 1779 details a string representation which is
> character set/encoding neutral, but RFC 1777 restricts DNs used
> in LDAPv2 to IA5 (ASCII).
> --end of Kurt's response--
> Here's my usual response, with Perl code to do it for you to the LDIF file:
Thank you, with Base64 it works much better.
Stein M. Eliassen
Systemutvikler - KPNQwest Norway