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

>>>>> "Turbo" == Turbo Fredriksson <turbo@bayour.com> writes:

    Turbo> Well, I'm using PHP 4.1.2 and it's 'utf8_{encode,decode}()'
    Turbo> function(s).  I've tried the
    Turbo> 'accept-charset="UTF-8,ISO-8859-1"' (previos mail from
    Turbo> Michael Ströder) added to the form tag (with and without
    Turbo> ISO-8859-1) but I still get 'Invalid syntax'...

    Turbo> Does it matter that I use OpenLDAP 2.0, not 2.1?

Doing quite a lot of testing, I discovered that it's (now?) the GECOS
that won't allow national characters! Replacing any national character
with it's international 'counter part' (O for Ö etc) is perfectly
sufficient for me...

Thanx for all the input and help. I'll see if I can document this
somewhere (later :)...