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Re: extended characterset/binary/base64 support

"Naufal Sheikh" <naufalzamir@gmail.com> writes:

> Nah,
> when i import my ldif, it cannot parse all the entryies which have
> extended chatacter set in their clientOrg attribute

Do you get any error messages?
Could you give an example?


> On 10/19/07, Dieter Kluenter <dieter@dkluenter.de> wrote:
>> "Naufal Sheikh" <naufalzamir@gmail.com> writes:
>> > Hello,
>> >
>> > I used slapcat command to create an ldiff file. Now ehen I am using
>> > slapadd to import that ldiff file into my new server. it cannot parse
>> > entries wchih have an attribute (clientOrg) value in extended
>> > characterset/base64/binary... I am not sure what it is called. In
>> > ldiff file those attribute and attribute values are seperated by
>> > double colons, which I think is also pointing to the fact that the
>> > value is a extended character set.
>> This is base64 which you can easily read with a tool like mmencode.
>> >
>> > The original ldap server is running fine. Do i need to compile my new
>> > ldap server with some additional support module, or is their any
>> > option with slapaddd which I can use to convert the enrties in ldiff
>> > or some thing..... If some can pleae point me to the right
>> > direction. I have been reading many emails and articles, but I am
>> > still not sure what to do.
>> Just import the ldif file with slapadd, base64 coded attribute values
>> are properly recognized.

Dieter Klünter | Systemberatung