ACTION-238: - Ask Security Maintenance WG about relevance of a default processing model

- Ask Security Maintenance WG about relevance of a default processing model

State:
closed
Person:
John Kemp
Due on:
March 12, 2009
Created on:
March 5, 2009
Associated Issue:
xmlFunctions-34
Related emails:
  1. Approved minutes of the TAG F2F of 3-5 March 2009 (from noah_mendelsohn@us.ibm.com on 2009-04-02)
  2. ACTION-238 (from john.kemp@nokia.com on 2009-03-23)

Related notes:

Spoke to XML Security Specifications Maintenance Working Group chair (Frederick Hirsch) about this issue. Frederick had the opinion that the processing model for XML encryption (and also likely signature) was largely application-specific, and thus not a good candidate for a general elaborated processing model. He said that he would also raise this issue with others in the group.

John Kemp, 23 Mar 2009, 20:05:44

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