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The official technical reports and white papers to accompany the ebXML standard from OASIS and the United Nations. These reports are the companion volume to ebXML: The Technical Specifications, the official ebXML 1.0 standard. ebXML will be at the heart of tomorrow's most important electronic business and business-to-business--systems--streamlining trading relationships, simplifying cross-enterprise communications, and making it possible to extend any business process across any supply or demand chain.
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  • Paperback | 640 pages
  • 177.5 x 234.7 x 43.9mm | 1,165.74g
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 0130347981
  • 9780130347985

Table of contents

Introduction. 1. Requirements Specification v1.06. Status of this Document. ebXML Participants. Document Introduction. General Introduction. Business Requirements. ebXML Technical Framework Requirements. ebXML Organizational and Procedural Requirements. ebXML Project Team Deliverables. Disclaimer. Contact Information.2. Technical Architecture Specification v1.0.4. Status of this Document. ebXML Technical Architecture Participants. Introduction. Design Objectives. ebXML System Overview. ebXML Recommended Modeling Methodology. ebXML Functional Phases. ebXML Infrastructure. Conformance. Security Considerations. Disclaimer.Appendix A: Example ebXML Business Scenarios. Scenario 1: Two Trading Partners Set-Up an Agreement and Run the Associated Exchange. Scenario 2: Three or More Parties Set-Up a Business Process Implementing a Supply-Chain and Run the Associated Exchanges. Scenario 3: A Company Sets Up a Portal Which Defines a Business Process Involving the Use of External Business Services. Scenario 4: Three or More Trading Partners Conduct Business Using Shared Business Processes and Run the Associated Exchanges.3. Business Process Specification Schema v1.01. Status of this Document. ebXML BP/CoreComponents Metamodel Participants. Introduction. Design Objectives. System Overview. UML Element Specification. ebXML Business Process Specification Schema D (DTD). Business Signal Structures. Production Rules. References. Disclaimer. Contact Information.Appendix A: Sample XML Business Process Specification. Appendix B: Business Process Specification Schema DTD. Appendix C: Business Process Specification Schema XML Schema. 4. Registry Information Model v1.0. Status of this Document. ebXML Participants. Introduction. Design Objectives. System Overview. Registry Information Model: High Level Public View. Registry Information Model: Detail View. Registry Audit Trail. RegistryEntry Naming. Association of RegistryEntry. Classification of RegistryEntry. Information Model: Security View. References. Disclaimer. Contact Information.5. Registry Services Specification v1.0. Status of this Document. ebXML Participants. Introduction. Design Objectives. System Overview. Registry Architecture. Object Management Service. Object Query Management Service. Registry Security. References. Disclaimer. Contact Information.Appendix A: ebXML Registry DTD Definition. Appendix B: Interpretation of UML Diagrams. UML Class Diagram. UML Sequence Diagram.Appendix C: SQL Query. SQL Query Syntax Specification. Non-normative BNF for Query Syntax Grammar. Relational Schema for SQL Queries.Appendix D: Non-normative Content Based Ad Hoc Queries. Automatic Classification of XML Content. Index Definition. Example of Index Definition. Proposed XML Definition. Example of Automatic Classification.Appendix E: Security Implementation Guideline. Authentication. Authorization. Registry Bootstrap. Content Submission D Client Responsibility. Content Submission D Registry Responsibility. Content Delete/Deprecate D Client Responsibility. Content Delete/Deprecate D Registry Responsibility.Appendix F: Native language support (NLS). Definitions. NLS and Request/Response Messages. NLS and Storing of RegistryEntry. NLS and Storing of Repository Items.Appendix G: Terminology Mapping. 6. Collaboration-Protocol Profile and Agreement Specification v1.0. Status of this Document. ebXML Participants. Introduction. Design Objectives. System Overview. CPP Definition. CPA Definition. References. Conformance. Disclaimer. Contact Information.Appendix A: Example of CPP Document (Non-Normative). Appendix B: Example of CPA Document Non-Normative). Appendix C: DTD Corresponding to Complete CPP/CPA Definition (Normative). Appendix D: XML Schema Document Corresponding to Complete CPP and CPA Definition (Normative). Appendix E: Formats of Information in the CPP and CPA (Normative). Formats of Character Strings.Appendix F: Composing a CPA from Two CPPs (Non-Normative). Overview and Limitations. Variability in Inputs. Different Approaches. Variable Output OSatisficingO Policies. CPA Formation Component Tasks. CPA Formation from CPPs: Enumeration of Tasks. Matching Roles. Matching Transport. Matching Transport Security. Matching Document Packaging. Matching Document-Level Security. Other Considerations.7. Message Service Specification v1.0. Status of this Document. ebXML Participants. Introduction. Design Objectives. System Overview. Packaging Specification. ebXML SOAP Extensions. Message Service Handler Services. Reliable Messaging. Error Reporting and Handling. Security. References. Contact Information. Disclaimer.Appendix A: ebXML SOAP Extension Elements Schema. Appendix B: Communication Protocol Bindings. Introduction. HTTP. SMTP. Communication Errors During Reliable Messaging. Glossary v1.0. Status of this Document. ebXML Participants. ebXML Group and Specification/Document Names. Glossary.
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About Aaron E. Walsh

AARON WALSH is Chairman of Mantis Development Corporation, a development firm specializing in advanced multimedia and network technologies. An active member of the Internet standards community, Walsh is Chairman of the Web3D Consortium's Universal Media technical working group, Chairman of the Web3D-MPEG group responsible for the convergence of Web3D and Motion Picture Experts Group (MPEG) technology, Co-chair of the Web3D Intellectual Property Rights group, and Web3D Liaison to MPEG and the World Wide Web Consortium. An international best-selling technology writer, he is the author of Core Web3D, XHTML Example by Example, Java 3D API Jump-Start, MPEG-4 Jump-Start, and ebXML: The Technical Reports (Prentice Hall PTR).
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