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Subject: Re: ebXML PR event 12/12 -- PoC strawman proposal

Hi Philippe,

Thanks for getting this done.  Let me stress here that we do recongize the hard
work that everyone has put into the POC.  Everyone will still have an
opportunity to be "on stage" what we do this event, and we will still show who
was involved in the initial slides.  The POC companies will also be involved at
the end during the Q&A with the press.  A very important message that we want to
get out to the press is how companies are putting real engineering effort into


Philippe DeSmedt wrote:

> All,
> Here's a strawman proposal for the proof-of-concept portion of the ebXML PR
> event in San Francisco on December 12. Please bear in mind that the nature
> of the event is marketing, targeted at industry analysts and the press,
> rather than a technical audience. Some attendees will participate by phone.
> Therefore, the demo portion will be limited to 15 minutes. As the Tokyo
> proof-of-concept took about 1hr 15min., it is quite a challenge to fit what
> we want to show into a 15-minute time slot. Below is an attempt at doing
> just that. I haven't had a chance to discuss this with others (I had
> intended to enlist Krishna in this, but he'll be traveling the next few
> days), but in the interest of time, I'd like to put this out for your review
> now. It is a modified version of Krishna's proposal of November 21.
> At yesterday's meeting with the marketing folks, we decided to focus the
> demo on the following three aspects: use of registry/repository; creation of
> a trading partner agreement (TPA); and actual message exchange. Each will be
> covered in 5 minutes. The emphasis will be on showing the capabilities of
> ebXML, rather than on individual participants' technical prowess, just like
> before. Given the short time frame, by necessity some vendors may get just a
> bit more air time than others. However, at the beginning of the demo, we'll
> make sure that all participants are duly and equitably mentioned.
> *       Use of registry/repository:
> Sun/Cisco, XML Solutions, and Sterling Commerce will provide a registry,
> just like at Tokyo; Sun will use its GUI to interact with the registries;
> this will show interoperability of registries; one query per registry should
> be sufficient;
> *       Creation of a trading partner agreement:
> Interwoven will use its GUI to show TPA formation; Fujitsu and Netfish (with
> NTT-COM?) show TPA proposal exchange (probably scaled down from the Tokyo
> demo, in the interest of time -- we won't need to show, for instance, the
> formation of a Japanese-language TPA for this particular PR event);
> *       Actual message exchange:
> Show the AIAG scenario (most likely a portion of it), with IBM and Savvion
> as sellers, IPNet as buyer, and Viquity as a hub in the middle.; IPNet will
> send one message to each seller; each seller will respond with one message;
> the role of the hub will only be shown during one message exchange.
> Please let me know your comments, and please verify whether you will indeed
> be participating. Apologies if I've left anyone out. Once we agree on the
> high-level scenario, we can start hammering out the details. Thanks much.
> -Philippe
> _______________________________
> Philippe De Smedt
> Architect
> Viquity Corporation (www.viquity.com)
> 1161 N. Fair Oaks Avenue
> Sunnyvale, CA 94089-2102
> (408) 548-9722
> (408) 747-5586 (fax)
> pdesmedt@viquity.com


Steve Yung, steven.yung@sun.com
Market Segment Manager
XML/Web Development Solutions
Sun Microsystems
Phone: +1-650-786-8469
Fax: +1-650-786-3674

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