email@example.com wrote: > Michael Ströder wrote: >> The goal was to make the ACLs more readable for the admin. > This is my intend. Now the question is: Where to make them more readable. >> The GUI >> just makes it possible for the admin to add the LFs and display the >> ACL as multiple lines. And now this has the effect that the >> attributes values in LDIF are base64-encoded. The admin decides >> whether to add LFs or not. > Right, but are you sure all admins, can handle base64 encoded strings > properly. Tools, especially GUI-Tools should make life easier, not more > complex. Again: Did you read the whole thread in the mailing list archive? >> Please add it via LDAP and display it in a LDAP client. It will be a >> single line which was considered to be less readable. > Yes, and it should be a single line. It's entirely up to you whether you want to add LFs or not. There's no GUI tool forcing you to do so. Not my web2ldap nor Apache Directory Studio mentioned in this thread. Ciao, Michael.
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