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Subject: RE: ebXML metamodel write-up


The URL you provided does indeed have copies of the Requirements document 
in various formats.

However, the version of the document is _not_ the version which was 
approved at the Brussels plenary.

It is apparently the April 28th version which was originally offered for a 
vote on Monday, but was then withdrawn and revised during the week in 
The revision which was actually approved was distributed in Brussels in 
hardcopy, but I (like William) have never been able to find it in a file 
form posted anywhere at all.

If anyone knows of one, I (and others) would certainly appreciate a link to 


Joe Baran

-----Original Message-----
From:	Christopher Ferris [SMTP:chris.ferris@east.sun.com]
Sent:	Tuesday, July 25, 2000 5:03 PM
To:	William J. Kammerer
Cc:	ebXML Requirements; ebXML-Architecture List
Subject:	Re: ebXML metamodel write-up


This is the URL for the requirements document,
even if it still is listed as Draft status.



"William J. Kammerer" wrote:
> Duane Nickull says the discovery stuff - i.e., identifying which trading
> partners are capable of engaging into a given electronic business
> transaction and who provide certain products and services - is
> "explicitly out of scope of ebXML."  Further, "The discovery phase has
> not been addressed in the TA Spec nor have they been included in any
> discussions.  I did not recall it being included in the Requirements
> Document which mandated our Technical Architecture Specification."
> This is what I thought was in all the Requirements drafts before
> Brussels.  Who took it out?  Will we ever know?  -the Requirements
> document approved at the Brussels plenary is not available at
> http://www.ebxml.org/specindex.htm.  It's not available at the
> Requirements Project Team working directory, either. Does anybody know
> where it is?   Did we lose it?
> William J. Kammerer
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