LAROCHETTE Philippe wrote:
i don't know if it is a utf8 problem because i make several tests
with some utf8 conversion with notepad++ of the .bat script file or of the ldiff file and
nothing work exept the replacement of the character by the escape sequence \c3\a9
The problem is the same in windows Seven...
The application is an access process that produce some ldif files that are launched with
a .bat file, a solution is to move the script process of the ldif files on the linux
plateform but other process are managed with windows server planified tasks.. but it is a
I found a solution, it's working if i use ldapmodify with -f and use
"newrdn" and "new superior" in the ldif file... i encode the ldif file
in UTF-8 without BOM
Thank you for the idea of iconv, i try the same thing with notepad++ and now it's
working, the problem was the difference between UTF8 withous BOM and UTF8 for the
UTF8 without BOM it's ok but the native format UTF8 of the basic windows notepad
The best solution for such issues is not to muck around with command-line
tools but to use a full-blown scripting language with a decent LDAP module.