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Subject: AW: [xacml] Policy Distribtion / PAP

Hi David, all,

I agree that the PAP interface and maybe the details of policy references should addressed.

During the last OGC testbed we developed a first version of a PAP WS specification and a corresponding PoC prototype. Currently all this staff is available for OGC members only (https://portal.opengeospatial.org/files/?artifact_id=54008). During the next OGC technical committee meeting in September this work will be voted on and (if it passes) made available for the public. I hope that you find a chance to read the first draft PAP WS specification and that we can somehow base our work on this document.

Best regards



Von: xacml@lists.oasis-open.org [mailto:xacml@lists.oasis-open.org] Im Auftrag von David Brossard
Gesendet: Montag, 26. Au
gust 2013 15:25
An: Hill, Richard C
Cc: xacml@lists.oasis-open.org
Betreff: Re: [xacml] Policy Distribtion


Hi Richard, everyone,


In Ray's initial REST draft, he included a standardized PAP API. I believe this was axed later. I think we should revisit that effort.




On Fri, Aug 23, 2013 at 8:06 PM, Hill, Richard C <Richard.C.Hill@boeing.com> wrote:

As I mentioned on yesterday's TC call, it's starting to be become apparent that large companies and multi-agency government entities will need a standard way to distribute XACML policies (e.g. sync updates from a centralized policy repository point to PDPs). The XACML 3.0 specification, section 2.9 Policy distribution, leaves policy distribution implementation to XACML product companies. Understandably, these implementations may be fine tuned to work well with one company's XACML products, but may not with another company's XACML products. Additionally, it cannot be guaranteed that each org in a large company or all government agencies will use the same company's XACML products. I believe that without a standard approach to distribute, sync, etc, XACML policies it may become a barrier to XACML adoption.


Hal Lockhart stated, on the TC call, that he has started work on trying to standardize this in the past and has taken the action to revive this effort. I would like to help with this and I encourage other to participate as well.


Hal, Is there a link on the Wiki on your past policy distribution work?





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