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Subject: Re: [xacml] Groups - xacml-3.0-hierarchical-v1.0-wd14.doc uploaded

Hi Mohammad, Erik,

I would like to know what Mohammad has in mind as well, because I suspect
the hierarchical profile may be applicable in some relevant sense, although
I also agree that in this context we should refer to it rather than try to
change it.


On 1/22/2014 5:28 AM, Erik Rissanen wrote:

Maybe, what did you have in mind? However, it might make sense to keep this profile as it is since these schemes stand on their own in any case, and some of them are foundations for the multiple decision profile, so we would be impacting that profile as well. The multiple decision profile is one of those which I think is important to close off since it means implementation effort in terms of code in the PDP, so it's not nice for vendors to have it in flux.

If there are possibilities from the entities profile, it might make sense to put those options in that profile since the entities profile will be an implementation effort regardless.

Best regards,

On 2014-01-22 05:00, Mohammad Jafari wrote:

Thanks Erik.


I am wondering if the work on Nested and Related Entities can influence this profile. It seems to me that “hierarchies” can be considered special cases of “related entities”.

This might be something we can think about and discuss at the next TC call.




Mohammad Jafari, Ph.D.

Security Architect, Edmond Scientific Company




From: xacml@lists.oasis-open.org [mailto:xacml@lists.oasis-open.org] On Behalf Of Erik Rissanen
Sent: Tuesday, January 21, 2014 9:48 AM
To: xacml@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: [xacml] Groups - xacml-3.0-hierarchical-v1.0-wd14.doc uploaded


Submitter's message
Updates the hierarchical profile to the current OASIS document template. There are no changes in the content, except to fit the new template and:

- I added a subsection 1.1 to make it clear that the non-normative statement only applies to it, not the rest of section 1.
- Changed incorrect reference to RFC2396 to the correct RFC3986
- I had forgot to specify Rich as a co-editor when I requested the template, so I added him (I hope this does not break any TC admin metadata tracking)
- I did a search for glossary terms and ended up marking some which were not highlighted in the previous version.
- I fixed a few minor typos which I found.

-- Erik Rissanen

Document Name: xacml-3.0-hierarchical-v1.0-wd14.doc

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Submitter: Erik Rissanen
Group: OASIS eXtensible Access Control Markup Language (XACML) TC
Folder: Specifications and Working Drafts
Date submitted: 2014-01-21 08:47:38


Thanks, Rich

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