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RE: multi-byte utf8 characters in DNs
> >> [I tried searching the docs for the answer without much luck, so
> >> apologies if I've missed it]
> >> Does openldap (2.4.26) support DNs containing utf8 multi-byte
> >> characters?
> >> e.g. a DN containing é like cn=été,dc=a,dc=b ?
> >> If not, what's the recommended way of handling such DNs?
> >> Chris
> >> Take a look at RFC 4514
> >> (http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc4514.txt?number=2253)
> >> (Page 4 should be your answer)
> > I've tried that but I get an invalid DN error back from slapd (and the
> > slapdn program) if I replace é by \c3\a9 in the DN.
> slapdn -f testrun/slapd.1.conf 'cn=\c3\a9'
> DN: <cn=\c3\a9> check succeeded
> normalized: <cn=é>
> pretty: <cn=é>
> git master of 10 minutes ago; what version are you using?
2.4.26 + some sssvlv.c patchesIs there something in the config or schema that controls this?