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From Craig McQueen <mcquee...@edsrd1.yzk.co.jp>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] LDAP authorisation with Unicode in the Base DN
Date Tue, 20 Jan 2009 00:06:16 GMT
Eric Covener wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 22, 2008 at 10:21 PM, Craig McQueen
> <mcqueen-c@edsrd1.yzk.co.jp> wrote:
>
>> I'm trying to do LDAP authorisation with an Active Directory server, and the
>> "Base DN" has Japanese characters in it. This should be no problem, but I
>> can't get it to work.
>>
>> The Base DN is something like:
>> OU=裾野,OU=管理,DC=edsrd00,DC=local
>> The corresponding LDAP URL is something like:
>> AuthLDAPURL
>> "ldap://server:389/OU=\e8\a3\be\e9\87\8e,OU=\e7\ae\a1\e7\90\86,DC=edsrd00,DC=local?sAMAccountName?sub?(objectClass=*)"
>> NONE
>>
>> I think it has the Japanese characters specified in proper RFC 2255 format.
>> So I think there is a problem in the LDAP authentication module in properly
>> sending the queries with UTF-8 content in the base DN. The error.log file
>> says "[ldap_search_ext_s() for user failed][No Such Object]" which seems to
>> indicate that the LDAP server isn't getting a valid base DN.
>>
>> Any insights on this?
>>
> packet trace would tell you what was put in the wire compared to a
> working command-line search.
>
I finally got a chance to check this out with Wireshark. I found that
the Apache server is just putting the URI on the wire as given,
backslashes and numbers and all. So I guess it's not parsing the
backslash codes as RFC 2255 specifies.

Does this mean I should submit a bug report?

Regards,
Craig McQueen


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