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Subject: RE: Formal Protest from XMLGlobal.


For my education, please provide details about the assertions that you are
stating that Sun Staff made.  The statement that you just made will
inevitably lead to "flames" which will get us nowhere fast.  Please put the
issues themselves on the table.

This note is a clear indication that detailed minutes and decisions made in
Tokyo have still not been published and that the entire Reg/Rep team is not
in total agreement regarding those decisions.  

Scott, please publish those minutes and agreements as soon as you can.  You
promised these in late November.


-----Original Message-----
From: David RR Webber [mailto:Gnosis_@compuserve.com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 27, 2000 1:35 PM
To: ebxml repository; Martin Bryan; Klaus-Dieter Naujok
Subject: Formal Protest from XMLGlobal.

We would like to protest that the current drafts contains
exclusive references to use of OQL.

We would like this protest noted in a new section in the 
document - Dissentions and Protests.

In Tokyo the syntax for ad hoc queries was discussed and
the decision was made that a decision matrix would be
created and that evaluation criteria would be tabulated
prior to any long term commitment on query syntax.

Sun staff made several assertions pertaining to OQL that
have subsequently been difficult to corroberate from
independent sources.

At the VERY LEAST the wording should be revised to 
state that  - for the proposes of the PoC in Vancouver,
temporary use will be made of OQL syntax as a means
to demonstrate functional capability - but that this in 
NO WAY represents a defacto decision to exclusively
use OQL.

Long term decisions on Query syntax should take
full account of W3C work in this area - and also the 
requests from other ebXML working groups - such
as Core Components.


DW.   VP Business Development XMLGlobal.

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