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Subject: Re: [xacml] XACML 2.0 errata and 3.0

agreed. i personally can't think of a reason why we would want to  
maintain a [partial] copy in XACML.


On May 31, 2007, at 6:33 AM, Anne Anderson - Sun Microsystems wrote:

> I recommend referring to the now-approved XPath and XQuery  
> standards. Referencing the standard means people can re-use  
> standard implementations of the XPath and XQuery functions with  
> confidence.  It also makes our own specification simpler and less  
> prone to introduced errors.
> Regards,
> Anne
> Erik Rissanen wrote:
>> All,
>> For the next 3.0 core draft I was planning to incorporate all the 2.0
>> errata. Most of it concerns the definition of some data types and
>> functions copied from xpath/xquery.
>> The copying was made to accommodate ITU since xpath/xquery was not
>> approved at the time. Anne raised the issue earlier about going  
>> back to
>> referring to the xpath/xquery, rather than copying text, now that  
>> they
>> have been approved.
>> What should I do it for the next 3.0 draft? Should I copy text  
>> like the
>> current 2.0 errata, or should I refer to the approved version of
>> xpath/xquery?
>> What should I do for future 2.0 errata? Should I keep the copied  
>> text,
>> or should we revert back to referring to xpath/xquery?
>> Regards,
>> Erik
> -- 
> Anne H. Anderson             Email: Anne.Anderson@Sun.COM
> Sun Microsystems Laboratories
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