In response to the feedback from the public hearing the OIO Reliable Asynchronous Secure Profile has been updated:
- The HTTP protocol has been made primary whereas SMTP is secundary and optional for profile compliance
- ReceiverPartyIdentifierType and SenderPartyIdentifierType has become optional in the XML Schema for the RASP custom header to reflect the "SHOULD".
- Versionen has been updated to 1.2
- DNITA vil later provide a document on how to provide "digital evidence"
Reliable Asynchronous Secure Profile (OIO RASP) is a profile of web service standards from the WS-* family of standards. It supports asynchronous exchange of business documents via the Internet with a high degree of security and reliability in the transactions.
This document defines the OIO Reliable Asynchronous Secure Profile 1.2, consisting of a set of non-proprietary Web services specifications, along with clarifications, refinements, interpretations and amplifications of those specifications which promote interoperability.
OIO RASP has been developed in an open and accountable process at the Danish National IT and Telecom Agency. Input has been given from several public sector institutions as well as private companies through workshops and public hearings.
and closely related
The OIO Service Metadata Interface is not part of the RASP profile but is composable with RASP.
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