Le 11/10/16 à 08:20, Patrick Brunmayr a écrit : > Ah that makes sense but its strange. What about none ASCII chars ? How > to treat UTF-8 special chars. Arent't they allowed > > in LDAP ?
LDAP userPassword are OctetString, ie any byte from 0x00 to 0xFF. So to speak, a String does not fit to store a password. Now, I do think that we should store the password as a String representation of the password using an hex form (ie, 2 chars per byte).