Sunday, October 28, 2007
CardSpace and Relying Parties
It is wonderful that Kim Cameron and Ashish Jain talk about relying parties from a language perspective where support for Java, Ruby, C and other languages are supported where only SmallTalk seems to be missing, but never talk about it in terms of how it should be incorporated into products.
I wonder what would happen if Nishant Kaushik talked about how relying party support needs to be built into Oracle CoreID, Craig Randall thoughts on using Information Cards with Documentum and so on. Web Access Management Products from the likes of IBM and CA should incorporate. Likewise, shouldn't BPM products such as Intalio, Pega and Lombardi Software also support?