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Re: openldap 2.0.18 + chinese characters (Big5 or GB)

KH Lau wrote:
> But how can I put those UTF-8 Characters in a LDIF text file or
> by other means? The converted UTF-8 code is somewhat like control
> code that I can't simply copy and paste to the LDIF file using a
> text editor.

You have to base64-encode it and mark the attribute with double
colon as being base64-encoded. See LDIF specification in RFC 2849.

Ciao, Michael.