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Subject: Re: RE: RE: [dss-x] Fwd: Presentation client and server signature


Hi Pim,

thanks, now I see !
My knowledge is pretty outdated, I'm not aware of all the new stuff introduced with version 3 ...

Yes, this inversion-of-control on the transport level will do the job. But I have some doubts that the Oscars likes to deploy an ebXML stack on his clients. Afaik the driving force of Oscar's approach was to keep deployments lean. 

On the other hands is's always the better approach to use an existing solution in favour of building another hard-to-understand special way. As we once implemented this i-o-c hack I wouldn't have bet a penny that it could make to an OASIS profile ;-)

Let's see what the other think about it.

Greetings

Andreas

----- original Nachricht --------

Betreff: RE: RE: [dss-x] Fwd: Presentation client and server signature
Gesendet: Mi, 16. Feb 2011
Von: Pim van der Eijk<pvde@sonnenglanz.net>

> 
> Andreas, 
> 
> What I was saying is that ebMS 3.0 in Pull mode offers
> exactly this "inverted" model.  The DSS server would pull
> messages as an HTTP client (initiator+receiver) from a DSS
> client that is the HTTP server (sender+responder). The
> requests are pulled using a standardized pre-defined pull
> signal message.
> 
> In the ebMS 3.0 Part 1 Core that the DSS ebXML profile
> references, a pull request pulls a single "UserMessage", and
> multiple such user messages are polled by repeated polling.
> If there is nothing to pull, there is a standardized
> response indicating this. Section 5.2.4 of the Core also
> describes a way of combining a UserMessage push and Pull
> request, which you want here.  The only limit is that the
> Part 1 Core bundling is limited to a single user message per
> bundle. The ebMS 3.0 Part 2 defines a "bundling" feature to
> pull or push a set of user messages. That makes it
> equivalent to what you describe, and that is what I wanted
> to point out.
> http://docs.oasis-open.org/ebxml-msg/ebms/v3.0/part2/201004/
> 
> 
> If your WSDL operation definition is about responses that
> are responses to requests made in a previous invocation of
> the operation, and about requests that are new requests, the
> responses to which will sent in a later invocation, then you
> are stretching the semantics of "operation".  But as long as
> everybody understands what you're doing, why not.  It's
> possible to define custom polling, bundling, asynchronous
> processing protocols for DSS as for any other application.
> 
> Pim
>  
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: kuehne@trustable.de [mailto:kuehne@trustable.de] 
> Sent: 16 February 2011 16:07
> To: pvde@sonnenglanz.net; dss-x@lists.oasis-open.org
> Subject: Re: RE: [dss-x] Fwd: Presentation client and server
> signature
> 
> Hi Pim, 
> 
> I'm afraid I don't get your hint regarding the ebXML profile
> aligned with Oscar's problem ;-)
> 
> I'm thinking of adding a new operation to the wsdl,
> something like this 
> 
> 		<operation name="pollingForSignRequests">
> 			<input
> message="impl:SignResponseList"/>
> 			<output
> message="impl:SignRequestList"/>
> 		</operation>
> 
> These are more or less the same structures as we know them
> from core, just wrapped into a 0..n List. But in contrast to
> the usual 'client calls, server responds' scenario, here the
> 'server' (the process holding the private key) calls the
> client (the process requesting the signature). With this
> call zero or more SignResponses of previous requests are
> send to the client and in return zero or more fresh
> SignRequests travel to the server.
> 
> This matches Oscars scenario where the browser serves as the
> 'server' as it has access to the private key. The browser
> periodically performs calls to the an instance where a
> specialized DSS process does all the pre- and postprocessing
> of the signature. But to a certain degree it plays the role
> of a client as it isn't able to encrypt a hash value.
> 
> This approach looks a bit wierd, especially as it intermixes
> the wellknown roles of server and client. But it's just a
> inversion of control to circumvent the inability of the web
> browser to be an endpoint of a call. It  serves as an
> originator of the polling calls.
> 
> I cannot an advantage of using ebXML as dtmu it just
> transports the payload for a given operation ...
> 
> Greetings
> 
> Andreas
> 
> ----- original Nachricht --------
> 
> Betreff: RE: [dss-x] Fwd: Presentation client and server
> signature
> Gesendet: Mi, 16. Feb 2011
> Von: Pim van der Eijk<pvde@sonnenglanz.net>
> 
> > 
> > Hello Andreas,
> > 
> > Just a comment that a "polling" use case could be provided
> by using 
> > the ebMS 3.0 transport binding for DSS:
> >
> http://docs.oasis-open.org/dss-x/profiles/ebxml/v1.0/oasis-d
> > ss-1.0-profiles-ebxml.pdf
> > 
> > In ebMS 3.0, it is possible to have a service provider
> that is HTTP 
> > "client only":  it pulls requests, and pushes the
> responses back. This 
> > message exchange pattern is referred to as the
> "Two-Way/Pull-and-Push 
> > MEP" in ebMS 3.0. The definition is in section 2.2.8 of:
> >
> http://docs.oasis-open.org/ebxml-msg/ebms/v3.0/core/os/ebms_
> > core-3.0-spec-os.pdf
> > 
> > A main benefit of this is that no changes are needed to
> the DSS 
> > messages, the polling functionality is provided by the
> transport 
> > protocol binding, not by a DSS profile.  A regular DSS
> sign/verify 
> > request can be polled, and a regular DSS response
> returned. I'm not 
> > sure that is appropriate for the use cases you're
> describing, but it 
> > may be of interest anyway.
> > 
> > A light client conformance profile for ebMS 3.0 is defined
> in section 
> > 3.2 of:
> >
> http://docs.oasis-open.org/ebxml-msg/ebms/v3.0/profiles/2007
> > 07/ebms3-confprofiles-cs-01.html
> > 
> > This ebMS 3.0 conformance profile does not require any of
> the "heavy" 
> > Web Services modules (security or reliable
> > messaging) and no HTTP server capabilities.  It can be
> built using 
> > just HTTP client, TLS, SOAP/MIME and XML libraries, so it
> is not hard 
> > to implement.
> > 
> > Pim
> > 
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: kuehne@trustable.de [mailto:kuehne@trustable.de]
> > Sent: 14 February 2011 19:31
> > To: dss-x@lists.oasis-open.org
> > Subject: Re: [dss-x] Fwd: Presentation client and server
> signature
> > 
> > Hi all,
> > 
> > I would like to make on Oscars use case :
> > 
> > In this scenario the client itself requests a signature ad
> is holding 
> > the required private key, too. In this case outlined
> request / 
> > response pair is a perfect fit.
> > 
> > In my use case the requirements a bit broader :
> > The client can request a document to be signed but
> additionally there 
> > may be more requests ready to be signed originated earlier
> / by other 
> > sources. So I would like to propose a more general
> approach that 
> > solves both requirements :
> > 
> > 1. A signing request as we already know it. Usually
> asynchrounous, as 
> > it may take an unpredictable amount of time to be
> processed. It cannot 
> > be guessed in advance when the user / the supervisor / the
> notary logs 
> > in again to sign pending documents.
> > 
> > 2. A polling-styled request to get new signing requests
> for the local 
> > private key and to return encrypted hashes. This new
> method can be 
> > consructed by the elements we already got in the schema,
> just a bit 
> > twisted :
> > 
> > The client request holds a signing response to an earlier,
> already 
> > processed call. And the server response transports new
> signing 
> > requests stripped down to the plain bytes that should be
> encrypted by 
> > the clients private key.
> > 
> > As this is a polling mechanism, responses and / or
> requests may be 
> > empty.
> > 
> > 3. The server returns the signature as the response to the
> initial 
> > call from 1. .
> > 
> > This solution could cover both requirements without to
> much extra 
> > burden on Oscar client-initiated signing. Just a little
> bit of 
> > inversion-of-control ...
> > 
> > 
> > Greetings
> > 
> > Andreas
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > ----- original Nachricht --------
> > 
> > Betreff: [dss-x] Fwd: Presentation client and server
> signature
> > Gesendet: Mo, 14. Feb 2011
> > Von: Juan Carlos Cruellas<cruellas@ac.upc.edu>
> > 
> > >
> > >
> > > -------- Mensaje original --------
> > > Asunto:       Presentation client and server signature
> > > Fecha:        Mon, 14 Feb 2011 16:23:26 +0100
> > > De:   Ďscar Burgos <oburgos@catcert.net>
> > > Para:         Juan Carlos Cruellas
> <cruellas@ac.upc.edu>,
> > <stefan@drees.name>
> > > CC:   Ďscar Burgos <oburgos@catcert.net>
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > Sorry for the delay.
> > >
> > > If we have time (Iĺll be a bit late) we can discuss on
> > this mixed
> > > scenario and how can we approach it (whether it is
> > possible using a
> > > profile or adding new elements to the core)
> > >
> > > See you later.
> > >
> > > Oscar.
> > >
> > > _
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