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Authentication for XML Attributes with XAML

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I'm experiencing a situation where we might be able to use XAML to handle Authentication for our 'cloud' deployment. I'm looking to get user feedback on using XAML for satisfy this technical requirement.

Here's the situation:
Our customer wants a continuous stream of JMS data from my subnet where my software and associated database(s) are deployed.

However, some of these JMS messages contain XML attributes the customer doesn't want some of their end-customers to see. (Access Control Concern). My boss has proposed we filter/strip these specific XML attributes from a JMS message while continuing to send the JMS message. So if a given end destination was going to a non-approved customer then a given JMS message would be transmitted missing only a few specific attributes.

Can XAML provide this functionality? If not, what technologies would you recommend for usage?

** We want shy away from using a vendor tool.
Jul 29 '14 #1
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XAML is an xml used for displaying information (sort of like HTML...kinda)

It is not meant to be used for Authentication purposes.

It is also not meant to be used to strip XML attributes.

I think you would be more interested in using something like XSLT (<-link to introduction to the topic) which can be applied to any XML really.
Aug 4 '17 #2

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