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Subject: Groups - sstc-saml-core-errata-2.0-wd-00.odt uploaded

The document named sstc-saml-core-errata-2.0-wd-00.odt has been submitted
by Ms. Eve Maler to the OASIS Security Services (SAML) TC document

Document Description:
The SAML V2.0 Assertions and Protocols specification defines the syntax and
semantics for XML-encoded assertions about authentication, attributes, and
authorization, and for the protocols that convey this information. This
document, known as an errata composite, combines corrections to reported
errata with the original specification text. By design, the corrections are
limited to clarifications of ambiguous or conflicting specification text. 
This document shows deletions from the original specification as
struck-through text, and additions as blue underlined text. The "[Enn]" and
"[PEnn]" designations embedded in the text refer to particular errata and
their dispositions.

Although this may look similar to the original OASIS Standard document
produced by the Security Services Technical Committee and approved by the
OASIS membership on 1 March 2005, this errata composite document is a
non-normative working draft.  N.B.: The SAML V2.0 errata document and the
entire set of errata composite documents, including this one, are not on an
OASIS Standard track, but the text changes proposed here may ultimately
find their way into a future standards-track SAML specification.
This document includes errata corrections through revision 32 of the errata
document, including E1, PE6, PE8, PE10, PE12, PE13, PE14, PE15, PE30, PE36,
PE38, PE43, PE45, PE46, PE47.

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