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Re: [Auth]simplest logon design proposal

From: Jeremy Petzold
Subject: Re: [Auth]simplest logon design proposal
Date: Wed, 25 Jul 2001 12:21:28 -0700 (PDT)

see Ron's measage

--- meson <address@hidden> wrote:
> > that would be the auto fill system, however it is
> > difficlt to do that is a standard does not exist.
> > also, it would be nearly impossable to be able to
> > develope a system around such a lose protocol.
> IMHO it isnt so much a lose protocol as it is an
> EXTENSIBLE protocol. We may
> even go for a hybrid protocol where certain fields
> have specific meanings
> accepted by all clients/servers and other fields can
> be invented by the web
> page designer. Remember, XML is all about allowing
> the masses to create
> markup, so I think we should allow users to do this.
> And IMHO, the major
> complain people will make about a set of
> 'standardized' fields is that it
> doesnt allow them to customize it to their needs. We
> should keep in mind how
> web designers might use the dotgnu platform, not
> just how it will act on the
> client side.
> > having standard fields and field names will allow
> us to tell
> > the deamon to look for feild tages, read what is
> > required and get the information from the
> Databank,
> > this can all be done automaticly with only a
> > conformation click from the user to send the data.
> The same AND much more can be done with a hybrid
> system.
> > if we let web page designers make up any name they
> want
> > for certain fields we would not be able to provide
> > such a seemless system, and the database would
> have to
> > store repeat information that is tied to a
> spesific
> > site. to me that would be a big waste of space and
> > would make the system bloated and slow after a
> while.
> A hybrid system would eliminate this problem IMHO
> since commonly used
> information would then be given a unique name and
> stored only once.
> > the best way to go is to have a sigle standard and
> one
> > entry of information in a databank.
> IMHO the best way would be a hybrid system.
> - Amir
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