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Re: ldapsearch is not able to show Japanese chars
anish patil wrote:
> 2009/8/10 Michael Ströder <email@example.com
> anish patil wrote:
> > I have added localized that is japaneese use names into ldap database
> > .Format(ldif) that i have used was UTF-8.
> > However when i run ladearch it shows me invalid values in dn and
> uid filed.
> What does "invalid values" mean for you? ldapsearch simply outputs
> LDIF which
> is always meant to be ASCII-clean. UTF-8 values containing non-ASCII
> chars are
> base64-encoded which is indicated by the double-colon after the
> attribute type
> I want values again in SJIS (shift -jis) encoding.
> How do i can achieve this ?
Write your own client which serves your needs for console output.