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Distinguished Name Syntax
webMethods Broker uses the following format conventions for DNs:
*A field consists of a tag and a value, separated by an equal sign.
*Fields are separated by commas.
*Tags are case insensitive (CN or cn).
*Order of the fields is not taken into account.
*If a field is not set, it is omitted.
*Values that contain commas or equal signs must be contained within quotation marks.
The following is an example of a distinguished name:
CN=John Smith,OU=Engineering,O=ABCDCorp,
Broker supports the use of multi-valued attributes separated by commas. For example, a distinguished name could have two common names, as follows: