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Subject: Re: [xacml] Groups - Hierarchical Resource Profile WD 8 (xacml-3[1].0-hierarchical-v1-spec-wd-08-en-01.doc)uploaded

Hi Rich and all,

To avoid any confusion, I would just point out there are now two 
different wd 8 out there. The other is in the zip file which I posted 
yesterday. That one contains editorial cleanups.

I think the pseudocode should be non-normative and considered an example 
only because this pseudocode applies only to those cases where the 
resource hierarchies are stored in arrays like that.

Best regards,

rich.levinson@oracle.com wrote:
> Proposed revision to Hierarchical Resource Profile, which adds section
> 3.3.1, which contains p-code, which is asserted to represent the problem as
> described in section 3.3 from WD 7. It is expected that by utilizing p-code
> we can reduce possible ambiguities in the interpretation of the text
> descriptions as has worked for other detailed XACML areas. Note: details
> for DAG processing which would be enhancement within the proposed algorithm
> have been sketched after the main algorithm, which could readily be added
> if TC believes necessary.
>  -- Rich Levinson
> The document named Hierarchical Resource Profile WD 8
> (xacml-3[1].0-hierarchical-v1-spec-wd-08-en-01.doc) has been submitted by
> Rich Levinson to the OASIS eXtensible Access Control Markup Language
> (XACML) TC document repository.
> Document Description:
> XACML Hierarchical Resource Profile 
> View Document Details:
> http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/document.php?document_id=31950
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