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Subject: RE: Use Cases & Requirements, Straw Man 1

Title: RE: Use Cases & Requirements, Straw Man 1

Darren - I notice a couple of concepts from AuthXML and S2ML that don't appear in your Strawman I.  Specifically ...

1. AuthXML has the useful concept of a "session".  This would be used in a multi-stage business process for conveying interim documents from one application to the next for further processing.  All interim states could be accumulated in the session construct as it passes from stage to stage. 

2. The other concept is from S2ML, in which a user may allow a server to host its private key for it.  The user is identified in the "credentials" element and the server is identified in the "(key-)holder" element.

I would like to see these two concepts retained in our new specification.

Best regards.  Tim.

-----Original Message-----
From: Darren Platt [mailto:dplatt@securant.com]
Sent: Friday, January 26, 2001 11:59 AM
To: UseCaseList
Subject: FW: Use Cases & Requirements, Straw Man 1

Forwarded from Evan Prodromou:

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Evan Prodromou
> [mailto:evan@priss.bad-people-of-the-future.san-francisco.ca.us]On
> Behalf Of Evan Prodromou
> Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2001 11:30 PM
> To: Darren Platt
> Subject: Re: Use Cases & Requirements, Straw Man 1
> Darren,
> security-use keeps bouncing my messages back. Can you forward this?
> ~ESP
> >>>>> "EP" == Evan Prodromou <evan@outlook.net> writes:
>     EP> Attached you can find the initial version of the Use Cases and
>     EP> Requirements document. It's a bare-bones doc, without a lot of
>     EP> explanatory text, based on a merge of AuthXML use cases and
>     EP> the use case scenarios from S2ML.
>     EP> The attached file is a .zip archive containing an .html file
>     EP> (the doc) and a number of .gif files (embedded diagrams). You
>     EP> should be able to unzip the archive and open the HTML file in
>     EP> a browser and all should be well.
>     EP> Looking forward to fruitful discussion,

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