Overview#Case-insensitive is when treating or interpreting uppercase and lowercase letters as being the same.
Often used in computer science to indicate a comparison or EQUALITY test that does not distinguish between letters that only differ in case.case-sensitive password will not recognize "Password" and "password" as the same, but a case-insensitive comparison would.
Matching Rules that are Case-insensitive#
More Information#There might be more information for this subject on one of the following:
- AttributeType Description
- Case Ignore List
- Case Sensitivity
- Distinguished Name Case Sensitivity
- Email Address
- LDAP Entry
- LDAP Query Advanced Examples
- LDAP filters Syntax and Choices
- Oracle Passwords
- SCIM Schema
- SCIM Sorting
- URI Schemes