Thanks for your reply
anish patil wrote:
> adding new entry "uid=ああああ,ou=People,dc=avaya,dc=com"
> ldap_add: Invalid DN syntax (34)
> additional info: invalid DN
> Systems locale set:-*LANG=ja_JP.SJIS*
>I'm not sure what this locale implies as local charset.
>Attribute 'uid' is of syntax Directory String.
>IMO it's rather an issue with client configuration. How did
>provide this input data? Which client you were using? If you use
>the ldapadd/ldapmodify command-line tool how did you generate the
>LDIF needed? It MUST contain attribute values of syntax
>DirectoryString encoded as UTF-8 (or better UTF-8 encoded Unicode
>wrapped in base64-encoding).
I am using ldapadd utility which is provided by openladap itself.
For that purpose i have created idif file but if i ran file command its
output shows that it encoding is different.
$ file test.ldif
test.ldif: Non-ISO extended-ASCII text
May be this is the root cause of problem
But due to other reason i do not want to change the encoding of the system.
So their is any way such that it can be work in this conf also?