Timestamps in LDAP are generally represented by a string of digits followed by Z. This is approximately an ISO 8601 format (ISO puts a T between the date and time). It breaks down as in: 20110523133732Z YYYYMMDDHHMMSSZ 2011 year 05 month 23 day of month 13 hour 37 minute 32 second Z indicates UTC (aka Zulu)
See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iso_time#Combined_date_and_time_representationsFat fingered from my iPad -- miscorrections happen.On May 20, 2011, at 9:54, "Andrea Modesto Rossi" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
i've got a 389 installation up and running on Centos 5.6(i386) server.
I can define a password policy for subtree, then each users have some new
fields such as PasswordHistory, PasswordMaxAge and so on.
My question, for example.
Whhat does it mean? OK:
05: May, month
but what *23133732Z* is?
Thank you very much for your help!
Have a nice weekend.
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