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Update on XKMS implementations

From: Jose Kahan <jose.kahan@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 15 Oct 2004 14:45:40 +0200
To: www-xkms@w3.org
Message-ID: <20041015124540.GD16880@inrialpes.fr>

Hi,

I'm updating the XKMS Activity Statement[1] and want to mention
the number of XKMS client toolkits and servers that are available at
this time. I assume that "toolkit" as something like an XKMS 
client construction kit or something used specifically to test
the client part of the XKMS protocols during interop.

I've compiled a list. Could you check it for accuracy?

Rich, I am not sure if you're also preparing an XKMS server or if your
client supports XKRSS.

Tommy, do you have some page describing your client and server? The only
references I have are the announcements you have made to the list.

Thanks!

-jose

[1] http://www.w3.org/2001/XKMS/Activity.html
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XKMS CLIENT TOOLKITS

Total number of client toolits: 7
             Supporting X-KISS: 7
             Supporting X-KRSS: 3

  Entrust XKMS test client (Roland Lockhart)
    X-KISS: yes
    X-KRSS: no

  Trinity College Dublin (Guillermo Alvaro)
    X-KISS: yes
    X-KRSS: yes

  ASF xclient (Berin Lautenbach)
    X-KISS: yes
    X-KRSS: no

  xkmstest: SQLData (Yunhao Zhang)
    X-KISS: yes
    X-KRSS: yes

  Tommy Lindberg 
    X-KISS: yes
    X-KRSS: yes

  Oracle XKMS (Oracle 10g Security Developer Tools) (Vamsi Motukuru)
     X-KISS: yes
     X-KRSS: ??

  DataPower XS-40 (Rich Salz)
     X-KISS: yes
     X-KRSS: ?

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XKMS 2.0 Servers

Total number of client toolits: 4
             Supporting X-KISS: 4
             Supporting X-KRSS: 2

  SQLData:
   X-KISS: yes
   X-KRSS: yes

  Entrust:
    X-KISS: yes
    X-XKMS: no
    Notes: only supports SOAP/1.1

  Tommy Lindberg
   X-KISS: yes
   X-KRSS: yes

  ASF XML Security Library (Berin  Lautenbach)
    X-KISS: yes
    X-KRSS: not yet
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