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Subject: RE: [ebxml-dev] End to End ebXML implementation....
Andrzej, I didn't mean to diminish your accomplishments. On the contrary, I saw the presentation and demo to the AIAG by GM and was quite impressed. My hats off to you for your involvement and accomplishment. However, I wanted to make sure that nobody was mislead into thinking that this was a full production implementation of ebXML. I hope that GM goes forward with a full production implementation, but to my knowledge, this has not been done (yet?). And I think that is what Gene Hockemeyer was trying to get at with his question. Again, congratulations on your accomplishment. Regards, John Zdanowski XML Standardization Infrastructure Strategy & Architecture Division Caterpillar, Inc. - Global IT Solutions "Andrzej Jan Taramina" <andrzej@chaer on.com> To: "John W. Zdanowski" <Zdanowski_John_W@cat.com> 11/22/2002 cc: firstname.lastname@example.org 01:32 PM Please respond to andrzej Subject: RE: [ebxml-dev] End to End ebXML implementation.... Caterpillar: Confidential Green Retain Until: 12/22/2002 Retention Category: G90 - Information and Reports > A version of the Sun Network Conference presentation that Peter talks > about was also presented to the AIAG (Automotive Industry Action Group) by > GM in September, 2002. If this is the same project that Andrzej is > referring to, then Gene Hockemeyer is correct: The partners were all > developers of the ebXML Reference Implementation, and as of September, > they were not exchanging any production payloads with any production > customers. It is the same project...the one that I envisioned, architected, manned, and managed. Andrzej Jan Taramina Chaeron Corporation: Enterprise System Solutions http://www.chaeron.com
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