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Subject: RE: [ws-sx] Issue 28: Multiple supporting tokens of the same type?
Comments lines Cheers Gudge > -----Original Message----- > From: Marc Goodner [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] > Sent: 09 February 2006 20:45 > To: Dittmann, Werner; email@example.com > Subject: [ws-sx] Issue 28: Multiple supporting tokens of the > same type? > > This is now logged as issue 28. > > Marc Goodner > Technical Diplomat > Microsoft Corporation > Tel: (425) 703-1903 > Blog: http://spaces.msn.com/mrgoodner/ > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Dittmann, Werner [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] > Sent: Thursday, February 09, 2006 12:13 AM > To: email@example.com > Cc: Marc Goodner > Subject: [ws-sx] NEW Issue: Multiple supporting tokens of the > same type? > > PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL OR START A DISCUSSISON THREAD UNTIL > THE ISSUE IS ASSIGNED A NUMBER. > > The issues coordinators will notify the list when that has occurred. > > Protocol: ws-sp > ws-securitypolicy-1.2-spec-ed-01-r03-diff.pdf > > Artifact: spec > > Type: design > > Title: Multiple supporting tokens of the same type? > > Description: > > Can a Policy have more than one supporting token (of the same type), > e.g. multiple SupportingTokens or multiple EndorsingSupportingTokens? [MJG] Yes. > > Related issues: > none > > Proposed Resolution: > > IMHO we need an "overall" ws-sp outline to define which assertions are > allowed at a specific level, for example similar to > (a)symmetric binding > outline but for to top level policy file. [MJG] The intent of Appendix A ( and other text in the spec that talks to the scope of the various assertions ) is to specify which assertions can appear on which WSDL constructs. I'm not sure it makes any sense to specify such things in terms of location in a policy file... > > Werner Dittmann > Siemens COM MN CC BD TO > mailto:Werner.Dittmann@siemens.com > Tel: +49(0)89 636 50265 > Mobil: +49(0)172 85 85 245 >