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Subject: Groups - XPath Attribute Profile (draft-saml2-xpath-attribute-profile.sxw) uploaded

Hello SSTC folk, 

I'm using both Liberty and SAML 2 in our implementation.  Our problem is
that customers who take the time to create Liberty Data services (employee
profile, personal profile) will probably also want to re-use this
information for SAML partners.  So currently we map Liberty attributes to
SAML and then, on the other side, from SAML back into Liberty.    

I'd like a attribute profile to make this easier.  It should be fairly
simple.  I took a stab at it and uploaded this document.  It's not
formatted all fancy, I really just wanted to upload it to get some
discussion going.  My thinking is that this profile could apply to any XML
document (not just Liberty) where attributes are referenced via XPath.

I talked with some Liberty guys here at Novell and they felt that such a
profile would belong in this TC and not in Liberty.

So my questions are:
- Are other people interested in such a profile?
- Are there uses for such a profile outside of Liberty?
- Is there a standard urn prefix I should for XPath (I didn't see anything
on w3c.org so I just picked urn:xpath:...)

Thanks, Cameron

 -- Mr Cameron Morris

The document named XPath Attribute Profile
(draft-saml2-xpath-attribute-profile.sxw) has been submitted by Mr Cameron
Morris to the OASIS Security Services (SAML) TC document repository.

Document Description:
This profiles the use of SAML attributes for xPath queries as attribute
names.  This allows parts of XML documents and Web services (Such as
Liberty  data services) to be referenced in attribute statements and
attribute queries. 

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