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A String Representation of Distinguished Names

By Kille, S.

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Title: A String Representation of Distinguished Names  
Author: Kille, S.
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Excerpt: Many OSI Applications make use of Distinguished Names (DN) as defined in the OSI Directory, commonly known as X.500 [1]. This specification assumes familiarity with X.500, and the concept of Distinguished Name. It is important to have a common format to be able to unambiguously represent a distinguished name. This might be done to represent a directory name on a business card or in an email message. There is a need for a format to support human to human communication, which must be string based (not ASN.1) and user oriented. This notation is targeted towards a general user oriented system, and in particular to represent the names of humans. Other syntaxes may be more appropriate for other uses of the directory. For example, the OSF Syntax may be more appropriate for some system oriented uses. (The OSF Syntax uses / as a separator, and forms names in a manner intended to resemble UNIX filenames).

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Table of Contents 1. Why a notation is needed ................................... 2 2. A notation for Distinguished Name .......................... 2 2.1 Goals ................................................ 2 2.2 Informal definition .................................. 2 2.3 Formal definition .................................... 4 3. Examples ................................................... 6 4. Acknowledgements ........................................... 7 5. References ................................................. 7 6. Security Considerations .................................... 8 7. Author's Address ........................................... 8

 

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