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Re: XACML Research.

xacml use

Rex Brooks wrote:
> Since I happen to be using XACML right now, and I did not know that it 
> would be a good bet to carry forward into the future, I'm pleased to 
> understand that it apparently has a longer shelf life than I had 
> anticipated.

 From what I've seen over the last 6-9 months, XACML is indeed picking 
up a lot of steam. It's being picked up in a number of large projects 
that I know about, and probably many others (like yours) that I don't 
know are out there. Pretty much everyone I talk with likes what they 
see, and are enthusiastically planning how to grow XACML use. I would 
expect it to stick around for a little while still :)



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