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Subject: Re: XACML Studio - Online Demo and Repository

Per user's suggestion, I've moved an online demo and read-only policy repository to the folowing temporary website:


Please take a look. 'Read-Only' protection is implemented on DB level, so you'll see all menu items in context menu available through right-click, but exceptions will be thrown for those operations that need write access to the DB.

Stay put, we might have a permanent policy repository soon.

If you have suggestions about what should be in the permanent policy repository or want to contribute policies that might have interest for the whole XACML community, please send them my way as XML files.


PS. I might need to add copy-right notice in Policy/Policy Set objects if a policy creator wants to  preserve their IP rights. 

--- On Fri, 10/31/08, Oleg Gryb <oleg_gryb@yahoo.com> wrote:

> From: Oleg Gryb <oleg_gryb@yahoo.com>
> Subject: XACML Studio (aka XACML on Rails) - Policy Editor and Repository
> To: xacml-users@lists.oasis-open.org, xacml-dev@lists.oasis-open.org
> Date: Friday, October 31, 2008, 1:59 PM
> Dear XACML Users and Developers,
> I would like to introduce a XACML Studio (other name XACML
> on Rails), which implements policy editor and DB-based
> policy repository. I was trying to achieve the following
> goals by creating it and would like to know your opinion on
> tool's usability and probably get some help from XACML
> dev community to evolve the product:
> 1. Create a policy repository that could be used by policy
> creators as a knowledge base and building bricks for
> creating new policies
> 2. Create an intuitive UI that would simplify policy
> creation process
> 3. Reduce XACML spec verbosity by using more common
> notations in XACML's functions and expressions
> 4. Implement serialization and de-serialization to/from XML
> documents
> You can find more information about the tool here:
> http://xacml-studio.sourceforge.net/
> XACML Studio runs on Rails/MySQL platform and requires some
> familiarity with the latter platform for those who wants to
> install it. I didn't provide detailed instructions on
> how to install Ruby/Rails/MySQL, but you can find all these
> details on Internet. 
> Please let me know what you think and if there is any
> interest in:
> 1. Creating a dev community that would support and evolve
> the product. 
> 2. Creating a public repository with policies that everyone
> can use.
> Oleg.


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