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Subject: RE: Initial work on Business Process Editor Toolset POC
You have "Time to ack receipt" and "Time to accept receipt" on this slide. According to the UMM metamodel (N090) "Time to ack receipt" is defined as (this is a subset of the official definition in the N090):
TimeToAcknowlegeReceipt. Both partners agree to mutually verify receipt of a requesting business document within specific time duration. The time to acknowledge receipt is the duration from the time a business document request is sent by a requesting partner until the time a verification of receipt is “properly received” by the requesting business partner. This verification of receipt is an audit-able business signal and is instrumental in contractual obligation transfer during a contract formation process (e.g. offer/accept).
There is NO "Time to accept receipt", but there is "timeToAcknowledgeAcceptance" defined in the UMM N090. If you meant it to be "timeToAcknowledgeAcceptance", then I have the following comment:
It was my understanding that we'd decided at the f2f
meeting on 1/17-19/01 that we do not need an Acknowledgement of Acceptance for
the "Commercial Transaction=Create Purchase Order" from the Vendor to
the Dotcom for each Purchase Order placed (for this storyboard).
Also, there is a note at the bottom of the slide “1.Pattern does not exist in the UMM”. My question to you is: “ Why couldn’t we use the activity design pattern called “Business Transaction” which id defined in section 4.4 of the UMM N090 document?
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Subject: Initial work on Business Process Editor Toolset POC
the attached powerpoint slides contain initial work done on the BPE Tool
POC. This is Work In Progress.
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