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From Sergey Beryozkin <>
Subject Re: Fediz OIDC documentation
Date Tue, 29 Mar 2016 13:40:39 GMT

Interesting, I guess it is time to update that page too, though, giving 
it a glance, I can say not all of those listed libraries do offer 
complete OIDC or JOSE support OOB, one would need to do a fair bit of 
manual work with them...

So, Fediz OIDC is a very new project, a lot has been done but a lot more 
needs to be done too. As such I recommend to start from understanding 
what OAuth2 and OIDC (core) is, check Jan's blog, following by 
installing Fediz and then running the end to end demo (located in a 
private repository - I can provide more info about it later on), Then we 
can discuss if what Fediz OIDC already has can meet your requirements, 
and plan for whatever enhancements that would be needed.

One important part to OIDC is the client side (RP) support - this is 
where an OAuth2 client acting as a web server is authenticating a user 
with OIDC. You can check two demos in the CXF distro: jax_rs/basic_oidc 
and jax_rs/big_query where Google is acting as OIDC server

Cheers, Sergey

On 29/03/16 11:23, Iurii Smyrnov wrote:
> Hi CXF developers (Sergey Beryozkin, Jan Bernhardt, Colm O hEigeartaigh and other guys
who's working on Apache Fediz OIDC development),
> We are working on Talend TDFPS project and investigating Fediz OIDC implementation (could
we use it in our project). But there is no much info about Fediz OIDC imlementation and architecture.
> We would be very grateful to you if you could help and  provide us with Fediz  OIDC documentation
of implemented architecture and how could we use current imlementation of Fediz OIDC?
> ?Because there is no Fediz OIDC in the Java
> Does it support all functionality of the OpenId Connect 1.0  specification for now (for
example Identity Providers)?
> Thanks,
> Iurii Smyrnov
> email:

Sergey Beryozkin

Talend Community Coders

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