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Björn Gerth | 6 May 14:34 2004
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Problem: Special characters in LDAP entries

Hello,

I'm using the LDAP Java SDK to access a local LDAP directory in Germany. 
A lot of the entries contain special characters, the German umlauts.

The umlauts get correctly retrieved. But when I start a search with 
umlauts through LDAPConnection.search(...), e.g. the search string is 
"Bjö", it does not find anything, in this example my own name, which IS 
stored on the server.
I think the same problem appears when I'm trying to delete entries which 
DN contain umlauts.

I suppose I have to convert any string first to a different format. What 
is the format used by the LDAP Java SDK? Or does it depend on the server?

Best regards,
Björn
Björn Gerth | 6 May 14:54 2004
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Problem: Special characters in LDAP entries

Hello,

I'm using the LDAP Java SDK to access a local LDAP directory in Germany.
A lot of the entries contain special characters, the German umlauts.

The umlauts get correctly retrieved. But when I start a search with
umlauts through LDAPConnection.search(...), e.g. the search string is
"Bjö", it does not find anything, in this example my own name, which IS
stored on the server.
I think the same problem appears when I'm trying to delete entries which
DN contain umlauts.

I suppose I have to convert any string first to a different format. What
is the format used by the LDAP Java SDK? Or does it depend on the server?

Best regards,
Björn
Alan McRae | 8 May 16:16 2004
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Re: LDAP SDK installation problem on RH 9

Nearly a year later and there is still no way of building perldap/c-sdk.
Anybody interested?

Alan

Leif Hedstrom wrote:
> Fernando T. Martins Mano wrote:
> 
>> I got the following error, trying to compile as the given link (thanks,
>> Darshan Jani)tells:
>>
>> ( at /usr/local/mozilla )
>> [root <at> localhost mozilla] gmake
>> config/config.mk:586: *** missing separator. Stop.
>>
>> I´m using Red Hat 9.0 too.
> 
> 
> 
> I don't think those instructions are up to date with the current state 
> of the source. I wasn't able to build it either on my RH8 system, but 
> Ulf W. was kind enough to help me, and I think he's got a workaround. 
> Maybe he'll post something here, or even better, get an update on the 
> web pages. :-)
> 
> -- Leif
> 
Alton Yu | 10 May 09:01 2004

Re: LDAP Searching

Do you have your search logs?

You may also want to check your indexes. Look for etime in your logs.

"Marc" <mesgroupsicgc <at> yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:92927bb8.0404201004.4bcc38c3 <at> posting.google.com...
> I have two searches that are slightly different, however it seems one
> comes back approx 40% faster - can someone take a look and see why one
> would be faster?
>
> Search One
>
> base - ou=people, o=company
> filter - attribute=X
>
> Search Two
> base - ou=people,o=company
> filter - (&(objectclass=Y)(attribute=X)
>
>
> Search one brings back 2000 results in 18 seconds
> while search two brings back 2000 results in 26 seconds
>
> Any ideas?
>
> Thanks!
>
Richard Megginson | 10 May 18:37 2004
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Re: Problem: Special characters in LDAP entries

You have to convert to UTF8.  UTF8 is the LDAP standard server side 
character encoding.

Björn Gerth wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> I'm using the LDAP Java SDK to access a local LDAP directory in Germany.
> A lot of the entries contain special characters, the German umlauts.
> 
> The umlauts get correctly retrieved. But when I start a search with
> umlauts through LDAPConnection.search(...), e.g. the search string is
> "Bjö", it does not find anything, in this example my own name, which IS
> stored on the server.
> I think the same problem appears when I'm trying to delete entries which
> DN contain umlauts.
> 
> I suppose I have to convert any string first to a different format. What
> is the format used by the LDAP Java SDK? Or does it depend on the server?
> 
> Best regards,
> Björn
> 
Toni | 12 May 09:46 2004
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Mozilla & MS Exchange 2003??

Hi,

is possible to access with mozilla to MS Exchange 2003 Server for use 
the global address book? How do it please?

Thanks a lot.

(Sorry for my english)
Vikas Gandhi | 12 May 12:53 2004
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Unable to build Mozilla 1.4.1.. Can someone help urgently.

Hi All

I am unable to build Mozilla 1.4.1.  I have moztools

 

C:\mozilla>make -f client.mk build

The system cannot find the path specified.

The system cannot find the path specified.

client.mk:148: "/cygdrive/c/mozilla": No such file or directory

client.mk:148: /.mozconfig.mk: No such file or directory

client.mk:149: "/cygdrive/c/mozilla": No such file or directory

client.mk:149: /build/unix/modules.mk: No such file or directory

make: *** No rule to make target `/build/unix/modules.mk'.  Stop.

 

I Read some where to use –unix option and then I get

C:\mozilla>make --unix  -f client.mk build

cd /cygdrive/c/mozilla

/cygdrive/c/mozilla/configure

configure: error: can not find sources in /cygdrive/c/mozilla or ..

*** Fix above errors and then restart with "make -f client.mk build"

make: *** [/cygdrive/c/mozilla/Makefile] Error 1

 

 

 

Env Settings:

set MOZ_TOOLS=C:\moztools
set PATH=%PATH%;c:\mingw\bin;%MOZ_TOOLS%\bin;c:\cygwin\bin

I have not set MOZCONFIG. Is that compulsory ????

 

mout gives

C:\mozilla>mount

C:\cygwin\bin on /usr/bin type system (binmode)

C:\cygwin\lib on /usr/lib type system (binmode)

C:\cygwin on / type system (binmode)

c: on /cygdrive/c type user (binmode,noumount)

d: on /cygdrive/d type user (binmode,noumount)

 

What and where could be the problem.

 

--Vikas

Vikas Gandhi | 12 May 13:38 2004
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Can someone help me know as how can I independently build ldap c- sdk on mozilla 1.4.1

Hi All

   Can someone help me know as how can I independently build ldap c-sdk on mozilla 1.4.1. I am lost and need help.

 

Regards

Vikas


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