The TSS 2.0 Feature API is meant to be a very high level API, aimed at having commands in it that will allow 80% of the programmers who write a program using the TPM to find everything they want in the specification. The remaining 20% of programmers will have to supplement this set of APIs with the Extended System API (ESAPI) or System API (SAPI).
Public Review Revision:
Please provide comments to TCG Administration by Tuesday, January 6, 2015.
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