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Subject: Re: [ebxml-dev] where is the repository?

Hi Steffi,

An ebXML reg/rep, can reside anywhere and anybody who wants to can run one and can choose 
to make it accessible to whomever they want.

So, for example, I could run an ebXML reg/rep internally to my company or oganization and 
have it be used only by people/systems within the organization. Alternatively, I could run 
one with restricted access that I make available only to selected outside entities like 
suppliers. Or I could run it wide open over the internet and make it available to anyone 
and everyone.

One of the nice things about the ebXML reg/rep is that it gives you choice to use it and 
run it as best suits your needs.

As an example, there is an open source implementation of the ebXML reg/rep that is being 
done at

and the University of Hong Kong is operating a publicly accessible test version of the 
registry for developers at

for more information about the test registry see





>Date: Mon, 27 May 2002 21:49:36 +0200
>From: Stefanie Jahner <steffi@jahner.org>
>Subject: [ebxml-dev] where is the repository?
>To: ebxml-dev@lists.ebxml.org

>Hi everybody,
>could anyone help me, please. I am writing a paper about the use and
>implementation of ebxml. Now that I have described the elements of ebxml
>(repository, messaging service, etc.) I wonder where the registry/repository
>lies. Where is it hosted so that everyone can access via the Internet? Is it
>a special server, is it only _one_ server and who runs this server if it
>lies on a server?
>Thank you so much for your help in advance
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Peter Kacandes

Sr. Product Manager, Java XML APIs	phone number: 	408 276 7139, X17139
Java Software Products 			email:	peter.kacandes@sun.com

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