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From Glen Mazza <glen.ma...@gmail.com>
Subject RE: Simplify the configuration options on the WS-Trust page?
Date Fri, 23 Jul 2010 03:33:28 GMT

OK, since there are (at least) two types of client<->STS validation options,
I kept the upper one at UsernameToken and the lower at X.509 so readers will
have two examples, and also fattened up the documentation a bit.  You can
add in the ActAs documentation elements once 2.3 is ready (or when you have
ActAs working.)  

Thanks,
Glen


dvaleri wrote:
> 
> ws-security.sts.token.properties is used to provide key material to the
> STS
> when you specify a KeyType.  I have used this when the STS issues tokens
> based on PKI credentials.  The docs also mention being used to decrypt
> encrypted tokens.
> 
> I added another property today ws-security.sts.token.act-as, that supports
> a
> WS-T 1.4 ActAs element in the request.  I think the example needs to be
> cleaned up like you mention, but I also think we need to provide a
> complete
> list of configuration options on that page.
> 

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