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Re: International characters (OpenLDAP v2.0, PHP 4)

Turbo Fredriksson wrote:

If I do this, PHP/OpenLDAP refuse because of 'Invalid syntax'. Doing a base64 encoding works.

Please forget about base64 if you are writing data via LDAP requests. It's only relevant for LDIF.

I guess something's wrong in your web app with converting form data to UTF-8.

<form accept-charset=..> comes to mind.

Ciao, Michael.