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Subject: Re: [ebxml-dev] ebXML for Thesis

Dear Neville,

We have an open-source implementation of ebXML Message Service called 
Hermes. You may find more information at:


Please see if it fits your needs. You can subscribe the mailing lists at 
the following for any technical questions on the software:


We are also from the University and we do encourage students to take 
projects on ebXML. Students are the future stars leading the development 
and adoption of ebXML.


William J. Kammerer wrote:

>I feel downright embarrassed for ebXML by that answer, Andrzej.  Did
>someone wake up on the wrong side of the bed?
>Neville specifically said he was interested in a suggestion for
>something to prototype - there are half a dozen major specifications
>within ebXML, and surely one could be found that can stand on its own
>for some sort of simple implementation.  Off the top of my head, I would
>suggest a prototype of ebXML Messaging Services - if only because it has
>the most mature specification of an admittedly immature standard.  This
>is an especially ideal place to start if Neville has interest in
>Internet protocols, such as SOAP, MIME, HTTP, etc.;  if so, he can begin
>his journey at http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/ebxml-msg/.
>If his interests lie more on the business side, I would suggest he steer
>clear of ebXML Business Processes and the CPP-CPA (start with
>http://xml.coverpages.org/ebXML.html), because their complexity might
>make a prototype impractical for a senior year project.
>Instead, maybe Neville might think of something he can do with Core
>Components now that the specification (version 1.90) has been approved
>by TMG.  Though ebXML has a Registry specification, again, its
>complexity probably keeps it from providing suitable fodder for a
>thesis - unless Neville can take advantage of already existing
>open-source implementations to study.
>William J. Kammerer
>Novannet, LLC.
>Columbus, US-OH 43221-3859
>+1 (614) 487-0320
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Andrzej Jan Taramina" <andrzej@chaeron.com>
>To: <ebxml-dev@lists.ebxml.org>
>Sent: Sunday, 05 January, 2003 10:25 AM
>Subject: Re: [ebxml-dev] ebXML for Thesis
>Neville asks
>>Could you please help me clarify my ideas
>First, you don't seem to have any ideas to clarify.  In fact, you have
>no ideas at
>Second, you haven't seemed to have done even any basic homework on
>ebXML, given the simplistic nature of your request. There is a lot of
>information on ebXML and it's application on the net....go read it.
>Third, this group is not called ebxml-homework@lists.ebxml.org for a
>Andrzej Jan Taramina
>Chaeron Corporation: Enterprise System Solutions
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Neville Agius" <nagi005@um.edu.mt>
>To: <ebxml-dev@lists.ebxml.org>; "Regis Dubois"
><Regis.Dubois@valtech.fr>; <duane@xmlglobal.com>
>Sent: Sunday, 05 January, 2003 03:07 AM
>Subject: [ebxml-dev] ebXML for Thesis
>I am during my final year of studies in computer science. As part of my
>studies I need to develop some kind of application based on ebXML. I
>have not still decided what kind of application I am going to develop to
>show some of the ebxml features. The prototype should not be so
>complicated nor too simple since this is not a masters degree but a
>first degree in bachelor of science.
>Could you please help me clarify my ideas by giving me some ideas for
>example what kind of application could be developed for my thesis and
>whether you have some examples involving source code so as to take a
>look at them and experiment with them.
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  Thomas Y.T. LEE
  Chief Technology Officer
  Center for E-Commerce Infrastructure Development (CECID)
  Department of Computer Science and Information Systems
  The University of Hong Kong
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