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Subject: RE: Harmonizing terminology between cc & bp


Per our conversation, I put together a tiny spreadsheet (Matrix compare.)
Column one contains the 
spreadsheet terms we use at X12 and AIAG and for some of the CC business
domain teams.
Column Two contains what I think are the terms we should change to.

I hope that someone on this list will be able to say yes, no, or maybe to

In addition,  I think the order/arrangement of the CC Terminology matrix
needs a bit of work.  It's
not really clear, for example, that Identifier, Name, etc, are identifiers
for Information
Entities.  Maybe some indentation is all that is needed.

I do not understand how EmbeddedInformationEntity can be "rules."  Perhaps
someone can 
explain that and then I'll be OK with it.

In all, it looks like a lot of time and effort was devoted to this.  If the
on my attached matrix is correct, we can begin using the new terms ASAP at
AIAG and at
the next X12 meeting.  Maybe start using them both in the headings, until
everyone is
comfortable with the "Proposed CC Terminology."

Mary Kay

-----Original Message-----
From: Lisa M. Shreve [mailto:lms@wwnet.com]
Sent: Wednesday, October 18, 2000 9:32 AM
To: ebxml-core@lists.ebxml.org 
Subject: Harmonizing terminology between cc & bp


Attached is draft document which includes a list of
descriptions/definitions along with a set of terms which have been used
for the same description.  Our purpose is to align terminology, so that
we can update the core component methodology document.  I see the
document as valuable for assisting cc & bp in completing the alignment
of terminology, and then helpful in the ta document.

The first column represents our recommended terms.  If we can align
terms, then we can get our methodology document out for review.  It is
not proposed to at this point be a comprehensive set of cc terminology,
but when complete will assist in the glossary work.



I look forward to

Matrix compare.xls

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