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[ebxml-dev] iterative ebXML building was SV: [ebxml-dev] ebxml specifications used seperate from ebxml

Thanks Farrukh,
now I'm gonna ask something I asked once before but I don't think anyone
understood what I was asking (my fault as an ebXML newbie) are there any
use-cases, whitepapers, etc. out there about iterative ebXML
implementations, by which I mean that standalone components of the whole
framework are implemented piece by piece, with appropriate studies done
along each step of the implementation flow, until the final step of a full
implementation is taken?

From what I've read of freebxml it seems to me that this is also a very
use for that project.

Sorry if this is a silly question, but I assume that I will be asked to
with recommendations about implementation soon, and I think everyone would
be happier if an incremental process was used.  

-----Oprindelig meddelelse-----
Fra: Farrukh Najmi [mailto:Farrukh.Najmi@Sun.COM]
Sendt: 28. juli 2004 13:09
Til: Bryan Rasmussen
Cc: ebxml-dev@lists.ebxml.org
Emne: Re: [ebxml-dev] ebxml specifications used seperate from ebxml

Bryan Rasmussen wrote:

>There seems to be a number of ebxml specifications that were designed to
>used seperately from the overarcing ebxml framework, so far I count:
>ebXML core components
>Are there any others that can be used seperately from the whole?
Add to above the following:

ebXML Registry Information Model (ISO 15000 part 3)
ebXML Registry Services (ISO 15000 part 4)

In summary ebXML Registry standard is completely independent of any 
other ebXML standard.
It is a web service that has a SOAP, REST (HTTP) and ebMS binding, SOAP 
and REST are required while ebMS is optional.


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