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Re: Special character
Kurt D. Zeilenga:
>> Conclusion: I do not have to use utf-8 to encode my ldifs with "funny
>> letters", I do have to base-64 encode attribute fields with these fls.
> Your conclusion is flawed. In your "evidence", the attribute value
> itself is UTF-8 encoded. Base64 encoding this value for inclusion in the LDIF
> file is unnecessary but harmless. The UTF-8 value could have been used
> directly in the LDIF, as the format of the LDIF file itself is UTF-8.
As always, I respect the validity of your analysis ;)