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Subject: re: Hacking with ISO BSR
Message text written by "William J. Kammerer" > Will somebody tell this guy, Uche Ogbuji, that hardly anyone seems to be interested in the ISO BSR? Does that include ebXML? See "Thinking XML #1 -XML meets semantics: The reality," (February 2001), at http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/library/x-think1.html. Who's paying him? William J. Kammerer <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< William, I can certainly see where the EDI igML work is more applicable than the BSR schema presented as part of the GILS work that is referenced at the link above - unless you want to have a very stiff and non-Denglish set of German words for things - and likewise the French, no Franglee visible there. Anyway - this work appears to be several thousand leagues short of where the current ebXML Core work is right now. I'm sure there is more useful mining of BSR that could be done to populate an ebXML Core library - but this clearly exposes the short comings in BSR and need for caution when talking about wholesale use of BSR. Just my 2 Naira's worth. On a parallel topic, fostering uncontrolled international trade is not always a good thing, eh?!?! http://www.nigeria.com/dcforum/DCForumID1/657.html DW.
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