- This page describes the solutions under development as part of Higgins 1.1
- For information about solutions released as part of Higgins 1.0 see Solutions 1.0
- A Solution is a specific combination of Higgins Components that, when assembled and deployed, result in either an infrastructure-level service, or an end-user application.
Higgins Developed & Supported Solutions
This section describes the solutions developed by the Higgins team. There are solutions at three different levels:
These flavors of client solutions are available (or under development):
- GTK and Cocoa Selector - for Firefox (also callable by local apps) on Linux, FreeBSD and Mac OSX. This is a client-based native code app
- AIR Client and Server - for Firefox and IE on Windows
- RCP Selector - an Eclipse RCP Application. This is a client-based Java app; requires JRE 1.4 or higher.
In parallel with developing the above solutions, we are also working on a harmonization effort to converge at least the first two selectors above into a common architecture. See Selector Architecture Harmonization
Identity Web Services
Identity Provider web services:
- STS IdP - WS-Trust Identity Provider (webapp and web service)
- SAML2 IdP - SAML2 Identity Provider (webapp and web service)
Relying Party website or service:
- Extensible Protocol RP Website 1.1 - I-Card-enabled Relying Party site (webapp)
Identity Attribute Service
This solution is currently a local java component. The plan for Higgins 1.1 is to add an XDI web service binding and thereby create the "IdAS Server" that can act as an extensible gateway to existing data sources.
- IdAS Solution - Identity Attribute Service uses Context Provider plugins to adapt existing data sources to the Context Data Model.
This section lists solutions developed external to the Higgins project, but that are based on Higgins Components and code.
- IBM Tivoli Federated Identity Manager 6.2
- Serena Business Mashups
- Novell DigitalMe for Linux/Mac - Identity Selectors based on the Higgins GTK and Cocoa Selector (also open source)
- Bandit STS/IdP Solution - STS IdP (also open source)
- Eclipse ALF Project
- Azigo - Parity's consumer I-Card Selector, based on the Higgins Adobe AIR Selector