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Re: 'quote-insensitive' search
> Nchst! Then it's not so good. How do you control that the value you are
> reading is the good one?
If you mean, an attribute has several values and you want one of them to
be the preferred value: Either use another attribute type for the
preferred value, or define a "x-preferred" attribute option or something
and mark the preferred value with that.
If the values are e.g. one English and one Norwegian value, and you want
the English one as the preverred one, you can use the 'lang-...'
predefined attribute options to mark the English and/or the Norwegian
value. rfc2596.txt and rfc1766 describe how these options are used.
> John Ziniti wrote:
>> Keep in mind, however, that which value of a multi-valued attribute
>> is considered the "first value" is not defined and you should not
>> depend on it as it could change from release to release, or
>> depending on the backend in use.