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Subject: Re: What the ? is happening to ebxml, and where the ? is it going ?
shodZ wrote: >im with david. ebXML is becoming just too complex, without delivering >teh real promises. i did rather put my bet on GXA(Global XML >WebServices Architecture) now, which is being co-authored by >Microsoft(majority) and IBM. atleast it is based on standards which >have been really tested out there in the market(yeah man, i`m talking >about SOAP) > > mm: Two important points: (1) Web services are an implementation option for SOA. That does not preclude the use of ebXML specifications in the SOA world. In addition, and to be clear: If you stack up the GXA architecture of almost/greater than/at least 50 specifications, complexity seems to also apply . (2) Either specifications sets or even a mix of both could be used to meet customers' needs. In addition, a convergence effort is being guided by AIAG automotive to seize the benefit of all the relevant technologies. Thanks.  All technologies could be relevant and important.
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