XACML 102 – Pimp my XACML – Part I: with CSS

Have you recently looked at the XACML 2.0 schema? Or perhaps the newborn, XACML 3.0? Well as far as babies go, it ain’t the cutest. Sure, it’s not XACML’s fault. It’s just that XML and in particular schemas have never really been that friendly to read. But don’t worry, we can help. When it comes to cosmetic surgery, there are quite a few ways to enhance XML representation. There are two ways – grossly speaking – to make XML more user-friendly: use a bit of CSS magic to add a bit of colors to XACML use XSLT to transform XACML into any other language or format (you can even use XSL-FO to transform XACML into a PDF for instance) These […]