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Re: Chinese problem in the ldif files.
Wang Penghui <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> These days i want to add some entries to the local LDAP server.
> And there were some chinese words in the *.ldif files.
> this is an example of ldif files:
> and it can be added successfully.but cannot display proper Chinese in
> ldap client ,it will display lots of "?????".
> And if i exported it from the LDAP server,the Chinese are coded in base64.
> And if i encoded the chinese words to base64 manually.
> it wasn't 5bCP6ZmI5piv5Liq5aW95Lq6
> it was 5oiR5bCG57un57ut5YiG5p6Q5a6D55qE5YaF5qC4Cg==
> and i encoded the "5bCP6ZmI5piv5Liq5aW95Lq6" to normal ,and it cannot
> display properly until i tried all the charsets.
> I want to know how the encoding and decoding works when the data input
> /output the LDAP servers.
> And wheather or not it have some problems in dealing with chinese words?
> My server is OpenLDAP 2.1.26 on gentoo linux.
You have to encode your chinese to UTF-8 not base64.
/usr/bin/iconv -l will give you all known languages and
iconv -f BIG-5 -t utf-8 -o utf-8-output.ldif big-5-input.ldif
will convert your ldif file.
Dieter Kluenter | Systemberatung
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