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Re: VC-HTTP-API new sequence diagram

From: Markus Sabadello <markus@danubetech.com>
Date: Wed, 22 Sep 2021 07:07:42 +0200
To: public-credentials@w3.org
Message-ID: <965ef875-a920-456a-3c70-5f67ae3717e2@danubetech.com>
I had some minor questions about a few details, e.g. what's a "Data
Ready Package"?
Also, since it mentions WebKMS, I was wondering what's the current state
of that, and is anyone actually using it in conjunction with the VC API.

But in general, I think this digram is very useful, nice job!
I agree with the App/Service terminology, it helps to illustrate where
the VC API comes into play and where it doesn't.


On 21.09.21 21:59, Joe Andrieu wrote:
> Here's a rendering of the work flow from the supply chain folks (Erich
> Schuh and I sat down with Orie and Mike to tease this out). It
> advances the conversation from a non-chapi use case.
> Notably, some additional definitions
> XXX App = The server that instantiates the business rules that drive
> XXX behavior
> XXX Service = The service/software that provides the XXX specific
> functionality, driven by the XXX App.
> For example, in the USCIS Digital Green Card case
> *Issuer App* = the website run by USCIS that interfaces with
> beneficiaries and knows who gets a green card. It drives the Issuer
> Service.
> *Issuer Service *= the SaaS run by, e.g., Digital Bazaar, which
> provides VC issuance capability to clients 
> We've started using this pattern across all three roles and are
> working through updating the CHAPI flow.
> -j
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