For instance, an XML attribute might be described as being "optional." Compliance with the Namespaces in XML specification [." This document specifies optional and mandatory to support algorithms, providing references for these algorithms.
This means that a conformant implementation should for given inputs be able to produce outputs for those algorithms that interoperate as specified in the referenced specification.
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This specification also includes other useful types that identify methods for referencing collections of resources, algorithms, and keying and management information.
The XML Signature is a method of associating a key with referenced data (octets); it does not normatively specify how keys are associated with persons or institutions, nor the meaning of the data being referenced and signed.
When specifically discussing authentication values based on symmetric secret key codes we use the terms authenticators or authentication codes.
For resources not under the control of this specification, we use the designated Uniform Resource Names [ The contributions of the members of the XML Signature Working Group to the first edition specification are gratefully acknowledged: Mark Bartel, Adobe, was Accelio (Author); John Boyer, IBM (Author); Mariano P.The Director previously authorized the publication knowing that the reference would be updated in a near future.'s role in making the Recommendation is to draw attention to the specification and to promote its widespread deployment.Please refer to the implementation report for version 1.1 of this specification for additional details about the implementation status of features added in this revision.This document was published by the XML Security Working Group as a Recommendation.