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Subject: Re: [camp] A reference point

I wonder if it would be worthwhile to ask the SCIM folks to break up their spec into multiple (reusable) parts. This would allow us to consume what they do for filtering, pagination etc, if we like the final version.


On 6/3/15 12:42 PM, Norman, Michael wrote:
I do think it is worth looking for comparison at the 1.0 SCIM spec which
is used for creating and modifying users and groups in oauth.  There are
differences – it doesn’t allow decoupled resources,  but you can see
that it serializes child relations and it specifies filters, sort and


There’s a tiny bit of overkill (you don’t really need PATCH or bulk
operations or logical combinations in filters) but you do need most of
this. Remember that SCIM does actually have implementations…

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