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== Higgins-based  Solutions ==
 
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This section lists solutions developed external to the Higgins project, but based on Higgins [[Components]].
 
This section lists solutions developed external to the Higgins project, but based on Higgins [[Components]].
* [http://www.bandit-project.org/index.php/Digital_Me Novell DigitalMe for Linux/Mac] - Identity Selectors based on the Higgins [[GTK/Cocoa Selector Solution]] (also open source)
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* [http://www.bandit-project.org/index.php/Digital_Me Novell DigitalMe for Linux/Mac] - Identity Selectors based on the Higgins [[GTK and Cocoa Selector Solution]] (also open source)
 
* [[Bandit STS/IdP Solution]] - STS IdP (also open source)
 
* [[Bandit STS/IdP Solution]] - STS IdP (also open source)
 
* [http://eclipse.org/alf Eclipse ALF Project]
 
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Revision as of 13:53, 17 March 2008

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A Solution is a specific combination of Higgins Components that, when assembled and deployed, results in either an infrastructure-level service, or an end-user application.

Higgins Solutions

This section describes the solutions developed by the Higgins team. There are solutions at three different levels:


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The Higgins project has developed one example end-user application, called the Identity Selector, based on Higgins components. This app is available in different flavors:


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The project has developed these Identity Provider web services:

As well as this example/test Relying Parity website/service:


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Higgins has developed the Higgins Global Graph to address the need for data interoperability and portability for identity, profile, preference and social relationship data:

Higgins-based Solutions

This section lists solutions developed external to the Higgins project, but based on Higgins Components.

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