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Re: Question about attribute name
<quote who="Pierangelo Masarati">
> Gavin Henry wrote:
>> Pierangelo Masarati wrote:
>>> Rana Biswas wrote:
>>>> Any help is much appreciated.
>>>>>> attributeType ( 126.96.36.199.2 NAME 'cm.host'
>>> According to rfc 4512, the NAME field must begin with an alphabetic
>>> ("A"-"Z" / "a"-"z") and can only contain alphanumeric chars ("A"-"Z" /
>>> "a"-"z" / "0"-"9") and hyphens ("-"). So 'cm.host' is invalid because
>>> of the dot (".").
>> Which section is that in? I couldn't find it this morning.
> 2.5. Attribute Descriptions
> An attribute description is composed of an attribute type (see
> Section 2.5.1) and a set of zero or more attribute options (see
> Section 2.5.2).
> An attribute description is represented by the ABNF:
> attributedescription = attributetype options
> attributetype = oid
> options = *( SEMI option )
> option = 1*keychar
> oid and so are defined in
> 1.4. Common ABNF Productions
Hmmm, that's exactly what I found and quoted this morning.
DOT = %x2E ; period (".")
So that _should_ be legal?