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Java based GUI editor for SAML assertion manipulation Public Deposited

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  • "SAML Edit® is a PC-based tool for creation and manipulation of SAML Assertion text files (as defined by OASIS). The tool allows its user to modify the data/information contained in the underlying file. As security information between entities is exchanged using such SAML Assertion text files, the ability to manipulate information contained in such a file is essential. An obvious area of future work could be to create a micro version of SAML Edit® using J2ME. This would allow users with cell-phones, PDAs and such limited-resource devices to manipulate SAML Assertion on the fly. Another suggested improvement could be to integrate a database back-end to store the SAML Assertions, instead of in a File Folder. The user of SAML Edit® can then be required to login before he can use the editor. The login process can be used to determine the SAML Assertions that the user is allowed access."--Conclusion and future work.
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