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Subject: Re: [tax] Groups - OASIS_XML_Position_Paper_for_Tax_Administrations_v2-0.pdfuploaded


Just a question: On page 36 in the "Standards Context Diagram" the paper 
mentions "XAML" in the area of Transactions.
In OASIS I am aware of "SAML" and "XACML". But these are already 
mentioned in the diagram at the left in Security.
There was a "XAML" proposed for  Transaction Authority Markup Language - 
reference the report on in Robin Cover's January 2004 piece
see: http://xml.coverpages.org/xaml.html - - I don't know if this is 
current any more.
However I note with concern that the XAML.org pages seem to have been 
co-opted by http://www.xamlblogs.com/
a site for "XAML" by Microsoft.
Somehow I don't *think* you meant this.
I searched through the pdf and Adobe Reader found no other mention of XAML.
Perhaps some more precise description of this block in the Context 
diagram is in order (or leave out XAML until the situation can be 

David Petraitis

michael.roytman@vertexinc.com wrote:

>The document named
>OASIS_XML_Position_Paper_for_Tax_Administrations_v2-0.pdf has been
>submitted by Mr Michael Roytman to the OASIS Tax XML TC document
>Document Description:
>This is the second edition of the OASIS Tax XML Technical Committees XML
>Position Paper for Tax Administrations. It confirms the overall directions
>of the first edition and expresses the learning and experience that have
>been gained in the past 12 months by the organisations involved on The
>This Position Paper outlines the standards that The Committee has
>determined will have the greatest and longest impact on improving the
>exchange of tax information.
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