Subject: RE: Re TP EDI Enabled ? Or, I'll show you mine if you show me you rs.
Err...... -> David W. : I have noticed this before......your notes get the author mixed up -you have misquoted me in the past........ Is there something wrong with your mail tool? ....... Scott Hinkelman, Senior Software Engineer XML Industry Enablement IBM e-business Standards Strategy 512-823-8097 (TL 793-8097) (Cell: 512-940-0519) firstname.lastname@example.org, Fax: 512-838-1074 "Nieman, Scott" <Scott.Nieman@NorstanConsulting.com> on 01/17/2001 03:39:27 PM To: "'David RR Webber'" <Gnosis_@compuserve.com>, ebXML Repository <email@example.com> cc: Subject: RE: Re TP EDI Enabled ? Or, I'll show you mine if you show me you rs. Err.. I don't recall writing this message. Scott -----Original Message----- From: David RR Webber [mailto:Gnosis_@compuserve.com] Sent: Wednesday, January 17, 2001 3:34 PM To: Nieman, Scott Cc: 'Martin W Sachs'; ebXML Repository; 'William J. Kammerer' Subject: RE: Re TP EDI Enabled ? Or, I'll show you mine if you show me you rs. Message text written by "Nieman, Scott" > I just happen to feel that there's probably not much trading partner information that one would place in the registry and repository that warrants secrecy. I'll willingly give you my public key, my MSH address(es), my DUNS number, the EDI transactions or ebXML messages that I support, and my standard trading partner agreement. For what possible reason would I want or need to keep that stuff private? <<<<<<<<<<<<< Correct - but the discounts I'm giving you, the products you or I order from each other.... The transactions I support are also potentially sensitive, or how to send those to me. Some I want public - others I may lock down - like payment authorizations..... DW.
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