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Subject: Groups - Schema for the Web Services Profile of XACML (WS-XACML) Version 1.0 (xacml-3.0-profile-webservices-schema-v1.0-wd-7.xsd) uploaded

Here is a schema for WS-XACML.  It is the schema used in the upcoming
revision of the specification.  I am submitting the schema itself first for
test purposes.

The relevant differences in the upcoming revision are:
!) Rather than a single XACMLAuthzAssertion used for both authorization and
privacy constraints, the new revision defines two Assertions: one for
general authorization constraints, and the other for privacy constraints. 
This allows for more efficient Assertion matching and intersection.  The
two Assertions have the same format, just different names.
2) The Requirements and Capabilities sections each contain a sequence of
one or more elements specifying the identities of the policy vocabularies
that are used.  The vocabulary identities in one Assertion's Capabilities
element must be a superset of the vocabulary identities in another
Assertion's Requirements element for the two Assertions to match. 
Identifiers are specified for P3P 1.0 policy vocabularies and for XACML 3.0
(i.e. standard XACML 1.0, 1.1, 2.0, and 3.0 AttributeIds) vocabularies.

 -- Anne Anderson

The document named Schema for the Web Services Profile of XACML (WS-XACML)
Version 1.0 (xacml-3.0-profile-webservices-schema-v1.0-wd-7.xsd) has been
submitted by Anne Anderson to the OASIS eXtensible Access Control Markup
Language (XACML) TC document repository.

Document Description:
The schema for the Web Services Profile of XACML (WS-XACML) Version 1.0

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