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From Davanum Srinivas <dava...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Source for XKMS classes
Date Sat, 14 May 2005 21:19:25 GMT
Ken,

Awesome!! can you please use the bugzilla and upload the sources as
attachment, and in the comments say that you wish to donate this to
Apache?

thanks,
dims

On 5/14/05, Kenneth Jensen <xmlsec@gmail.com> wrote:
> Mjello,
> 
> As some may have noted, I have posted a few questions related to XKMS.
> The reason is that I have been doing a masters thesis, focusing on
> XKMS and developing components to support it.
> 
> My thesis is due in a few weeks time, and I am busy writing the
> report, so I guess I won't get much work done on the code until then.
> 
> The code uses the org.apache.xml.security packages, and the original
> plan (rather optimistic, it seems) was to have a nice and
> nearly-complete XKMS library ready by now, which would integrate with
> the xml-security library and of such quality, that I could submit it
> as a "proposal for a patch" for the project.  It seems I grossly
> underestimated the gorge between my own effectiveness and the size of
> the task, so what exists now is mostly a quite rough prototype
> implementing part of the XKMS functionality. :-)
> 
> Current features include:
> *a framework consisting of Java classes reflecting the XML schema for
> XKMS, for building the messages (wrapping the DOM ops in a nicer(?)
> interface)
> *command line client, supporting XKMS requests of the types Locate,
> Validate and Register
> *support for 2-phase requests (manual) :-)
> *servlet based server, with MySQL as back end storage supporting
> Register and Locate requests (Validate is in the pipeline )
> *support for 2 phase requests
> -server supports storing certificates of X509 type only
> -only HTTP support - no SOAP and SSL yet. :(
> -no support for async. processing yet
> + some maintenance stuff, junit classes, ant build file, javadocs etc.
> 
> I plan to at least get the Validate function working, as I am
> currently writing pseuducode for it for the report, and hopefully I
> can fix SOAP support too, in the period between I turn in the paper
> and my exam.
> And, unless the censor decides to kick my face in at the exam,
> traumatizing my relationship to programming, I will probably try and
> finish the project afterwards.  :-)
> 
> Should anybody be interested, the source is currently available at
> http://www.itu.dk/people/kaj/xkms_src.tgz or
> http://xml.linux.dk/xkms_src.tgz and there is a test instance of the
> service running at http://bea.itu.dk:8080/xkms.
> 
> If the thesis gets accepted, I'd like to thank Berin for technical
> assistance and inspiration and Karel Wouters for the idea to the
> project. :-)
> 
> ---
> Cheers,
> Kenneth
> 


-- 
Davanum Srinivas - http://webservices.apache.org/~dims/

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