"Naufal Sheikh" <naufalzamir(a)gmail.com> writes:
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(a)dkluenter.de> wrote:
> "Naufal Sheikh" <naufalzamir(a)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.
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