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Subject: Re: [ebxml-dev] where to start? here is the place....
The missing link to HKU registry announcement in my previous message is below: http://www.cecid.hku.hk/Release/PR09APR2002.html Farrukh Najmi wrote: > Just to clarify Andrzej's comments... > > Sun's ebXML registry implementation was donated to open source where it has been enhanced > to > support the latest V2.0 specifications of the OASIS ebXML Registry. > > The open source ebXML Registry project is found at: > > http://ebxmlrr.sourceforge.net > > Recently Hong Kong University announced that they are operating an > OASIS ebXML V2.0 Registry in beta based upon the open source implementation. > Details at: > > The ebXML Registry project at source forge will be releasing a developer download later > this month > of their OASIS ebXML V2.0 Registry. > > -- > Regards, > Farrukh > > Andrzej Jan Taramina wrote: > > > > > There is an implementation example of ebXML messaging suytem on SUN's > > > > site This help a lot in initiating the work with ebXML > > > > Problem with that implementation is that it is already obsolete and Sun has no plans > > to enhance it. In fact, they have End of Lined their Registry implementation as well > > and handed future enhancements over to the open source ebxmlrr project (on > > Source Forge). I seem to recall the Sun implementation being a MHS 1.0 release > > which is already out of date. > > > > A better bet might be the recently open sourced Sybase MHS implementation which > > supports the 2.0 spec and is actively being extended and maintained. Go to > > sybase.com, register for their developer program (free registration) and you can > > download it. It doesn't have JAXM support yet (few implementations do), but I've > > heard they are working on that. > > > > ...Andrzej > > > > Chaeron Corporation > > http://www.chaeron.com -- Regards, Farrukh
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