Subject: FW: Comments disposition on ebXML R&R Business Domain
This was sent to me, and I am posting to the list. Scott -----Original Message----- From: Mike Rawlins [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Sunday, October 01, 2000 6:39 PM To: Scott Nieman Subject: RE: Comments disposition on ebXML R&R Business Domain My comment and your resolution on lines 348 - 351: You ask - "Why is this more complex?" The ability to register, store, and download software components requires that the repositories store binary objects. Storage and retrieval of binary objects adds complexities beyond those of text only components. From a business perspective, registering executable code for download by an ISV to me implies that it might be downloaded upon purchase. The support of a requirement to purchase a component before being able to download it adds functional complexity to the R&R.
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