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


As time is running out on deciding on the final scenarios for the 12/12
(only a week from tomorrow!) ebXML press event, I'd like to get a thumbs up
or down from each of the listed participants on the scenarios proposed below
(which I sent out last week Wednesday). By noon tomorrow (Tuesday,
California time), I'd like to know whether you agree with the scenarios
(suggest others if you don't) and whether we will indeed be able to count on
your organization to participate. 

The 'core' team will then go ahead and decide what screens to show as well
as what accompanying slides.

The list of participants in the demo is currently as follows:

Fujitsu, IBM, Interwoven, IPNet, Netfish, NTT-COM, Savvion, Sterling
Commerce, Sun/Cisco, Viquity,  XML Solutions.

I'd like to get the go-ahead from all (some of you have already done so, so
no need to re-confirm). Thanks for your prompt attention.


Philippe De Smedt
Viquity Corporation (www.viquity.com)
1161 N. Fair Oaks Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94089-2102
(408) 548-9722
(408) 747-5586 (fax)

>  -----Original Message-----
> From: 	Philippe DeSmedt  
> Sent:	Tuesday, November 28, 2000 7:40 PM
> To:	ebXML poc
> Cc:	'ed.julson@eng.sun.com'; 'carol.geyer@oasis-open.org';
> 'susan.struble@eng.sun.com'; 'simon.nicholson@eng.sun.com';
> 'steven.yung@sun.com'; 'joe.dalman@tiecommerce.com'
> Subject:	ebXML PR event 12/12 -- PoC strawman proposal
> 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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