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Subject: RE: request for clarification


I liked your Response document a lot.  In particular,
I appreciated describing things from a business viewpoint.
Some ebXML discussions lose this essential starting
place and thus get ungrounded.

I think your work would fit in very well with the Common
Business Process group, whose mailing list I cc in this
reply.  The list archive is here:

A recent version of the common process table, 
very similar to the table on the URL you cite below,
can be found in this message:
(Watch for word wrap.)

Common process group members:  click on the URL below and
see if the table does not look familiar.

Bob Haugen

-----Original Message-----
From:	COOPER,STEPHENIE (HP-PaloAlto,ex1) [SMTP:stephenie_cooper@hp.com]
Sent:	Thursday, January 04, 2001 9:03 PM
To:	'Jim Clark'; Karsten Riemer
Cc:	ebxml-bp@lists.ebxml.org; COOPER,STEPHENIE (HP-PaloAlto,ex1)
Subject:	RE: request for clarification

Jim Clark wrote:

"The bottom line is that business signals can be and are sent to the
activity. Just in this case it makes no sense or has no guarentees."

I've been off the ebXML lists since September due to a variety of
circumstances, so I'm definitely not up-to-speed on the discussions.

Is it still true that the goal for the metamodel is that it is applicable to
all exchanges, not just B2B application-to-application exchanges?

I tried to put the issue of responses/acknowledgments in non-technical terms
for a colleague of mine, so she could gain an understanding of the
complexity that may need to be built into interfaces, and I've turned that
into a draft white paper for EIDX. I'm attaching it in case you are
interested, but for your purposes it may just be "noise".  Some feedback
would be welcomed, though.  It's an unreviewed draft, and only addresses
orders placed by a buyer to a seller.  The response thing can get very ugly
very quickly when you start to discuss responses to the different forecast
types.  You are welecome to peruse the list we've come up with at EIDX -


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