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Subject: Re: [ebxml-dev] Businesses or markets implementing ebXML MessagingServiceTRP 1.0

Here at Global TradeDesk we're trialing our own implementation of the Messaging service with a range of Suppliers in Florida and the Bahamas. We're also looking at a possible trial in Australia with the Federal Govt.
Our trial focuses on Catalog/Pricelists, Purchase Orders, Invoices, Statements & Payments. It even runs off a CDR business card and so is ideal for smaller organisations who may not be able to afford more high-end solutions.
The ebXML interface does bill/invoice delivery, includes a registry and works rather reliably.
Please feel free to email me with any further questions.
David Lyon
Product Manager
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, April 10, 2002 5:02 PM
Subject: [ebxml-dev] Businesses or markets implementing ebXML Messaging ServiceTRP 1.0

Are there any organisations, businesses or markets out there that are using ebXML Messaging Service TRP 1.0 for delivering B2B transactions?

The examples I know of are

* Covisint - Does anybody know if their ebXML stuff is live yet?

* Victorian Gas Market in Australia - this is still in development

There seem to be a number of problems with ebXML TRP 1.0, including that there is no definitive XSD schema available.

Are there any other implementation issues that I should look out for?



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