XACML for developers
At Axiomatics, we want to make things simple for developers. That's why we provide a set of APIs that focus on protecting your applications, managing your access policies, and using those critical attributes. The articles in this section take you on a tour of the options available to you.
Intro: Developing with XACML in Java
This article shows a simple and short example of how to use the Axiomatics XACML APIs to create a request, send it to a policy decision point, get a response, and enforce a result. It also shows how to use attributes in requests. Whilst it is a short and gentle introduction, it will hopefuly whet your appetite for more.
What is Authorization and why should it be externalized?
In our dynamic world, yet another common wisdom has turned out to be a rather common unwisdom: how to treat authorization in your code. This article discusses what authorization means for the developer, and what you can gain by externalizing it.