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RE: [alf-dev] Availability of POC infrastructure pieces?

alf-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 03/07/2006 04:38:24 PM:

> The bottom line here is that to get something working, Web Service 
> is quite stable and interoperates well amonst the more recent versions 
> these tools.  Picking a platform to start on is not super critical. That 

> said, the next phase of ALF where we try to address the security issue 
may be 
> much more picky abou the particular paltform choices made.  The features 

> required, WS-Addressing, WS-Security, WS-Federation etc. are much less 
> completely supported and it remains to be seen  how this narrows the 

I think the main issue is that sometime in the not too distant future, 
there needs to be a reasonable set of instructions for setting up an ALF 
test environment.  This is especially true if you want people from the 
open source community to be able to get involved.


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