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Subject: Re: ebXML adoption?

I'm not sure how to read this, but I believe that what
Duane is saying is that companies wanting to use the
ebXML standards should not have to 'depend' on any
EDI standards. - Not that shouldn't be a mapping/linkage
 between the technologies.
-Duane, don't let me mis interpret you.

I will add to this to say that from working with the Travel
industry folks regularly with emerging Travel XML standards,
that clearly this is the common scenario. Not that EDI-savvy
folks are not present, and of course bring their experience forward,
but the current emerging XML standards in Travel will have
no EDI "dependency".............

Scott R. Hinkelman
IBM Austin
Architecture and Development, Industry XML/Java Standards
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David RR Webber <Gnosis_@compuserve.com> on 01/05/2000 06:13:31 PM

To:   Duane Nickull <duane@xmlglobal.com>
cc:   "[unknown]" <ebXML-Architecture@lists.oasis-open.org>
Subject:  Re: ebXML adoption?

Message text written by Duane Nickull
>Again, this will make it possible to participate solely within the
confines of ebXML for those wishing to abandon their EDI.

Woooow!  Careful here!  Abandoning EDI is not in many peoples
plans here!!!

Let's talk leveraging their investment in EDI, while accommodating
the newer opportuinites that ebXML affords.  Remember EDI today
runs massive amount of B2B - about $700 billion annual from latest
figures I've seen....


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