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RE: [higgins-dev] try the Higgins Web Selector

Hi Jeesmon ,

Thanks for the information .But I ‘ve got a question , and is that with the selectors that you show me .. can I create a card with the Higgins STS ? .. ‘cause I think that selectors only let you create cards with their STS .. or maybe there is any point on the card selectors where can I configure the STS that I want to use ?

Thanks again,

Vanessa

 

De: higgins-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:higgins-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] En nombre de Jeesmon Jacob
Enviado el: lunes, 30 de marzo de 2009 14:20
Para: Higgins (Trust Framework) Project developer discussions
CC: Jim Moore; John Clippinger
Asunto: Re: [higgins-dev] try the Higgins Web Selector

 

You can find a list of card selectors that you should be able to use at 

 

 

openinfocard selector is missing in the list and you can find it at

 

 

-Jeesmon

 

On Mar 30, 2009, at 6:09 AM, VANESSA ALVAREZ COLINA wrote:



Hi all,

Can anyone explain me if it is possible to use the Higgins STS , with some Identity Selector different from Cardspace .. like the one  you show on the mail down …. ??or maybe it is necessary to use another module to make them work …

Thanks in advance

Regards

Vanessa

 

 

De: higgins-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:higgins-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] En nombre de Markus Sabadello
Enviado el: lunes, 23 de marzo de 2009 23:51
Para: Higgins (Trust Framework) Project developer discussions; John Clippinger; Jim Moore
Asunto: [higgins-dev] try the Higgins Web Selector

 

Hi all,

You can try the Higgins Web Selector [1] if you like. As a reminder, the Web Selector is what you can use if for some reason you can't (or don't want to) install a Selector on your computer.

Go here: https://higgins.eclipse.org/web-selector-test/
This is a test OpenID relying party.

The Web Selector is currently "linked" to our Azigo RPPS, but it can be configured to use any Higgins RPPS. You need an account in the Azigo RPPS to try it. You can use the username "ms43" with password "azigo". Based on the username you can "build" an OpenID in 2 ways:

URI form: http://higgins.eclipse.org/web-selector/ms43
XRI form: =higgins*ms43

Enter one of them in the text field at the OpenID relying party. You can then try one of the following:
- Just authenticate the OpenID
- Request claim values for one of your cards (OpenID AX Fetch)
- Import a new card (OpenID AX Store)

You should also be able to use your Higgins OpenID at other OpenID relying parties, e.g. jyte.com, plaxo.com, proofile.org, moneygement.com, .....

Please let me know if you have feedback..

Markus

[1] http://wiki.eclipse.org/Higgins_Web_Selector

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