Difference between revisions of "Persistent"

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==Problem==
 
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Many protocols, like [[OpenID Connect]] supply a [[Subject]] [[Identifier]] (sid) that is meant to reflect the same [[Subject]] over a period of time. Typically those protocols permit transitory binding of the [[Identifier]] to a real world entity. There appears to be no way to evaluate if the [[Identifier]] is meant to be [[Persistent]] from one connection to another.
 
Many protocols, like [[OpenID Connect]] supply a [[Subject]] [[Identifier]] (sid) that is meant to reflect the same [[Subject]] over a period of time. Typically those protocols permit transitory binding of the [[Identifier]] to a real world entity. There appears to be no way to evaluate if the [[Identifier]] is meant to be [[Persistent]] from one connection to another.
 
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Revision as of 10:01, 6 August 2018

Full Title or Meme

When an entity has a Persistent Identifier the assumption is that the Behavior of the entity will remain consistent over time.

Problem

Many protocols, like OpenID Connect supply a Subject Identifier (sid) that is meant to reflect the same Subject over a period of time. Typically those protocols permit transitory binding of the Identifier to a real world entity. There appears to be no way to evaluate if the Identifier is meant to be Persistent from one connection to another.

References