Re: [KAML] Re: Chicago bar-BOF summary

Leif Johansson <leifj@it.su.se> Fri, 07 September 2007 07:21 UTC

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Scott Cantor wrote:
> Henry B. Hotz wrote:
>> Question:  Is it possible to create valid SAML tokens in XER?
>
> Everything in SAML is expressed in XML Schema terms. Arguably any XML
> encoding/serialization that fulfills the requirements of the schema
> and prose is still SAML. Arguably.
Yeah encoding is something which will come up on the radar eventually
but I personally think its more about tools and integration-points and as
such borders on red-herring status from a protocol-design perspective.

    Cheers Leif

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