Note that this method needs no support from JWS libraries, as applications can use this method by modifying the inputs and outputs of standard JWS libraries. The verifier must validate that the typ header if specified has the value JOSE.
The verifier must validate that the cty header to ensure that the payload is of profil expected mime type. The verifier must ensure that the specified alg is one of the algorithms specified by OBIE. The verifier must ensure that the specified kid is valid and a public key with the specified key Id can be retrieved from the Trust Anchor.
The verifier must ensure that the crit claim does not contain additional critical elements. To use the modified object, the recipient reconstructs the JWS by re-inserting the payload representation into the modified object and uses the resulting JWS in the usual manner.
The approach differs from message ing profilf that: The entire request or response payload is delivered in the form of an encrypted JWT. The definition of a given request or response in the Swagger specification represents the decrypted payload.
The JWE will not be represented in its encrypted form in the Swagger specifications. If an ASPSP does not support should reject any requests with a Content-type or Accept headers that indicate that message encryption is required. Where message ing and encryption is required by implementors they prkfile continue to use the detached ature method described above for consistency with the standards.
The Trust Anchor could be a centralised directory such as the Open Banking Directory that hosts the public part of a key pair generated by any of the parties.
Alternatively implementors can self-host key stores containing their public keys and publicise their location through appropriate means. The Trust Anchor must provide a means for any of the parties to retrieve public keys to encrypt messages. Message encryption is predicated on the sender profipe the payload using the public part of a key matched by a private key held by the recipient.
Both the sender and recipient must know which key they should use to encrypt and decrypt the message. The recipient should aim to host a single public key used for encryption in their JWKS.
When keys are rotated there may be period where more than one key exists that is intended for encryption. The recipient should therefore: Update the claims above when the key is rotated so that one and only one carries the attributes at any one time. Oopen updating claims in place is not possible the recipient must publicise the key identifier kid of the public key to be used for encryption using a means agreed between implementors.
If following these guidelines is not possible the recipient must publicise the key identifier kid of the public key to be used for encryption using a means agreed between implementors. The filter values will be assumed to refer to the same timezone as the timezone in which the resource is maintained.
Next field of the response. The absence of a next link would indicate that the current is the last of.
msssage If a of resource records exists, the ASPSP must provide a link to the of resources in the Links. Prev field of the response.
The absence of a prev link would indicate that the current is the first of. For a paginated responses, the ASPSP Meessage ensure that the of records on a are within reasonable limits, a minimum of 25 records except on the last where there are no further records and a maximum of records. First field. A link to the last of in the Links.
Using ebMS 3. Two kinds of profiles are usually to be considered when profiling an existing standard: 1.
Conformance Profiles. These define the different ways profike product can conform to a standard, based on specific ways to implement this standard. A conformance profile is usually associated with a specific conformance clause. Conformance profiles are of prime interest for product managers and developers: they define a precise subset of features to be supported.
Usage Profiles also called Deployment Profiles.
These define how a standard should be used messate a community of users, in order to ensure best compatibility with business practices and interoperability. Usage profiles are of prime interest for IT end-users: they define how to configure the use of a standard and related product as well as how to bind this standard to business applications.
A usage profile usually points at required or compatible conformance profile s. This is based on a simplified opne of the multi-hop messaging feature defined in ebMS 3.
This conformance profile supports both Sending and Receiving roles, and for each role both message pushing and message pulling. This conformance profile supports both Sending and Receiving roles, but only message pushing for Sending openn message pulling for Receiving. Like the Light Client CP, this conformance profile does not support the push transport channel binding for the Receiving role and therefore does not require HTTP server capabilities.
As its name indicates, this CP omits all but a minimal set of features.