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Subject: Re: TR: ebXML PoC: capabilities matrix -- please fill out!

Hi Jaques,

Thank you for your contribution. I'm sure you will enable us to show the 
bigger ebXML picture.


At 05:27 PM 9/22/2000 +0100, MERCEY Jacques wrote:

>Philippe, Mark, Nicholas
>here is the matrix for MEGA and eXcelon. I think that we can illustrate the
>neutrality of ebXML towards BP design process by providing two ways of
>designing collaborations. One will be UML based and the other will use
>another formalism (in fact an extension of the ISO 9000:2000 metamodel).
>Both formalisms will produce ebXML compliant XML process definitions.
>Besides, eXcelon will illustrate the integration of the external process
>with internal processes through workflow.
>Jacques Mercey
>Vice President R&D
>MEGA International
>10 boulevard du Montparnasse
>75015 Paris (France)
>Tel : +33 1 42 75 40 21
>Fax : +33 1 42 75 40 95
>-----Message d'origine-----
>De : Philippe DeSmedt [mailto:PDeSmedt@viquity.com]
>Envoyé : lundi 11 septembre 2000 22:08
>À : ebxml-poc@lists.ebxml.org
>Objet : ebXML PoC: capabilities matrix -- please fill out!
>Per the discussion on our conference calls and e-mails, please find attached
>a first cut at a matrix showing functions and capabilities for the ebXML PoC
>in November, derived from the proposals currently on the table. In addition,
>I've kept things fairly generic (e.g., I have not made reference to any
>specific discovery/registry efforts, such as eCO, UDDI, etc., nor to any
>particular payload/business process proposals), in order not to bias the
>work of the individual sub-groups of ebXML PoC.
>The intent of the matrix is to map participating organizations' capabilities
>against what we'd like to show at the PoC, i.e., the ebXML specs as they
>currently exist or are under development. I'm sure I've missed a couple of
>things, so please let me know what needs to be added to the matrix. Once we
>know what each organization can provide, we'll create an aggregated matrix,
>and we'll try to derive, as a group, what the PoC will look like and which
>piece(s) each will work on.
>The matrix has four columns: the first one lists the capability, the second
>is for company name, the third is for comments, and the fourth is an
>indication of the likelihood with which your organization will supply that
>function or capability.
>Please fill it out as follows: if your organization can provide a certain
>feature, put your company name in the appropriate column. Make comments as
>necessary in the 'Comments' column. Please also fill out the last
>(likelihood) column. Thanks.
>I'd like to see the matrices filled out as soon as possible (given the tight
>timeframes, end-of-week would be great). When you're done, please send them
>to the ebXML PoC mailing list.
>Thanks also to Krishna for looking over my initial list of capabilities.
>  <<ebXML PoC capabilities.xls>>
>Philippe De Smedt
>Viquity Corporation (www.viquity.com)
>1161 N. Fair Oaks Avenue
>Sunnyvale, CA 94089-2102
>(408) 548-9722
>(408) 747-5586 (fax)

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