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"Diego R. Lopez" <[log in para visualizar]>
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Wed, 29 Oct 2003 17:31:37 +0100
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The PAPI Development Team is proud to announce a new release,
PAPI 1.3.0. This new version is available at the brand new PAPI
web site: http://papi.rediris.es/

The more salient feature of the new version is that it incorporates
the possibility for a PoA to use a specific WAYF GPoA. This implies
that PAPI authentication servers are now able to answer direct
attribute queries coming from PoAs, so the initial connection
to the (set of) available PoA(s) upon successful authentication is
no longer required: users can go to target sites one by one, and no
data are sent to non-accessed targets. An open WAYF interface has been
defined to allow the use of federative services where available. Apart
from this, the new version includes important enhancements on attribute
handling, LDAP access, authentication methods, and authotization
procedures. You can see the complete list of new features at
http://papi.rediris.es/dist/itstory.html

The new PAPI web site is intended to improve access and diffusion of
the PAPI technology, easing the interaction among the user community
and making information easier to publish, browse and search.

We hope you enjoy it,

--
"Esta vez no fallaremos, Doctor Infierno"

Diego R. Lopez
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RedIRIS
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