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


From NTT-Com, I'll attend the Press Event and am flexible to present
the same demo as that in Tokyo if Fujitsu and Netfish would agree.

Sorry for my late notice.

Takayuki Nakao		t.nakao@ntta.com
  Business Development Center, NTT America, Inc.
  Tel: 408-451-2535, Facsimile: 408-451-2537

From: Philippe DeSmedt <PDeSmedt@viquity.com>
Subject: ebXML PR event 12/12 -- PoC strawman proposal
Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2000 19:40:24 -0800
Message-ID: <635802DA64D4D31190D500508B9B04107D8A39@dcsrv0>

> 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

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