Jerry wrote:
> On Tue, 23 Jun 2009 15:26:59 -0400
> Terry Gardner <> wrote:
>> The 'sn' attribute is required to be present and populated in
>> entries that have the 'inetOrgPerson' objectClass, that is,
>> 'inetOrgPerson' should be used where a fully populated entry is
>> available - it is a "MUST" attribute, not a "MAY" attribute.
> I realize that. Unfortunately, I cannot leave it blank, not can I
> simply enter a <space> character in a normal fashion. I had thought
> that I could use base64 encoding to enter a <space> character; i.e.,
> IA== however, that does not seem to be working even when I use the
> double :: colon marks and I am not sure why.
> In order to get around this, I am being forced to manually enter a N/A
> entry into the field.

I've successfully used "sn:: IA==" in LDIF before. What's the entry you're
trying to enter look like, and what's the error message?

James Andrewartha

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