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XACML??!!!

 
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Hey all moderators and sheriffs,

I was just thinking, why not include XACML into either the XML or the Security topics??
Also was thinking why not have a seperate topic for the same??

What say?

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Feel free to ask XACML questions in the Security forum. There aren't enough questions about it to warrant a forum of its own.
 
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Okie! Will do!

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It is not unusual for a topic to fit into more than one forum. In addition to Security forum, "XML and Related Technologies" and "Web Services" are both good places to discuss XACML, since it can be used as a stand alone security implementation, or can be combined with a WebServices toolkit.
 
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