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Subject: RE: moving forward with proposals

Personally, I could see a SOAP api as a possibility. I could envision it
looking sort of like JNDI or some equivalent. As for SAML, I don't see
that one. SAML is more focused on authorization. I could see SAML using
DSML for its entitlement data, but not the reverse.


-----Original Message-----
From: Andrew Newton [mailto:anewton@research.netsol.com]
Sent: Wednesday, June 20, 2001 8:54 AM
To: Tony Gullotta
Cc: DSML (E-mail)
Subject: Re: moving forward with proposals

Is it the intention of this group to continue DSML down an
LDAP-centric model, or to consider other directory ideas?
And what about other technologies like SAML, SOAP, etc...?
Or is this spelled out in a charter somewhere, and I'm just
being out-of-place and rude?


On Tue, Jun 19, 2001 at 02:29:06PM -0700, Tony Gullotta wrote:
> We've seen a few proposals from different groups for DSML 2.0 lately.
> Microsoft's was the most recent. What are the next steps for getting a
> consensus on a direction to take? 
> Our group had sent in one, but I would much rather reach a compromise
> with someone else's approach at this point to get the standard in
> instead of having a stand-off. Microsoft's was similar enough to ours
> principal that I think we could work with that one. Does anyone else
> strongly favor or strongly apose any of these recommendations?
> Tony Gullotta
> Chief Software Architect
> www.access360.com
> access360
> A Better Way to Manage Access Rights

Andrew Newton
VeriSign Applied Research

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