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Subject: RE: AIAG Sample Schema and a sample Business Document


Farrukh posted what I was looking for. Are you OK with this ?


At 12:38 PM 10/5/2000 -0700, Krishna Sankar wrote:
>         Are you talking about a min set of information that is useful and 
> can be
>packaged as a tpa ? Assuming yes, I can take that up, especially as I am
>writing the tpa merge service.
>         Sig, can you get us your input and ideas for a minimalist tpa ? 
> What are
>your plans for the BP/CC demo ? Are there any tpas involved ? and if so, how
>would they look like ?
>         My plan was to start with the config info table from SJ and 
> package it in
>the tpa form. The elements as they stand now are :
>         DUNS    :       666666666
>         Contact/Last Name       :       Breissinger
>         Contact/Email : marcb@webMethods.com
>         Contact/Telephone :     703-555-2500
>         Preferred Connectivity : HTTP
>         HTTP    : http://ebxml.webmethods.com/invoke/wm.b2b.ebxml/receive
>         SMTP    : ebxmlhandler@webmethods.com
>         FTP     :
>path=/ns/wm/b2b/ebxml/receivefile extension=ebx
>         We can map these elements into the tpa and also add couple of 
> elements
>which pertains to  supported business processes.
>         cheers
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Nicholas Kassem [mailto:Nick.Kassem@eng.sun.com]
>Sent: Thursday, October 05, 2000 11:33 AM
>To: Sigmund Handelman/Watson/IBM; ebxml-Poc
>Cc: Martin W Sachs/Watson/IBM
>Subject: Re: AIAG Sample Schema and a sample Business Document
>I suggest we (the POC team) specify the needed *run-time* information so
>that we can at least claim conceptual alignment. However we can't
>characterize this as ebXML TPA.
>Could I have a volunteer to spec this out (need to keep this to the minimum
>info we need) ?
>At 01:40 PM 10/5/2000 -0400, Sigmund Handelman/Watson/IBM wrote:
> >Hello,
> >
> >Just spoke to Martin Sachs.
> >
> >There will be no specification before Vancouver.
> >
> >IBM and the team would not object if the POC team looks at the tpaML
> >Proposal from IBM as a starting point.
> >
> >Sig Handelman

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