Subject: RE: Meeting notes for 02/14/2001
Meeting Notes for 02/14/2001 Attendance: Joe Dalman- TIE Commerce Sally Fuger- AIAG Farrukh Najmi- Sun Kunio Mizoguchi- ECOM John Pietit- KPMG Ken Tamura- Infoteria Mike Yatchman- Avaya Kathryn Breininger- Boeing Lisa Carnahan- NIST Eugene Van Roessel- WTCM Chris Nelson- Dimension EDI Chaemee Kim- KTNET Brian Young- Boeing David Webber- XML Global Yutaka Yoshida- Sun Nic-La Stojanovic- Excoda Len Gallagher- NIST JP Morgenthal- XML Solutions Stefam Goelee- Siemens Prasaad Yendluri- FISC Brian Kelly- DLA Hari Balakrishnan- Sybase Meeting started at 9:00 am Most of the day was around Len's comments going 9:00 to 1:00 and 1:00 to 4:15 The meeting starting with continued discussion around Len's comments and needs for changes to the RIM. The following changes were agreed by the group: Len Comment 1: No change and a new box was not added called ManagedObjectContent Len Comment 2: Len had 7 proposed solutions to this comment, which were resolved as follows. 4. Add enumeration deletionScope, which has "deleteContentOnly" "deleteContentRegistyEntry" in DeleteOjectRequest 4. add status withdrawn 5,6 Add enum to association types REPLACES, REPLACED_BY 2. "each ManagedObject is releated to exactly one repository item" with a note for future relaxation possibility. Like "maybe blah blah" Solution 1 was not done along with 3, 7. Len Comment 3: The main issue in comment 3 was summarized as follows: Model Package and Classifications nodes should be modeled as content not metadata. The group agreed that this would have too be done in the future and for now all nodes have to be registered locally. Len Comment 4: Group disagreed and no changes were made. Len Comment 5: The main issue in comment 5 was summarized as follows: Classification is broken, Classifications must be able to point to remote classification schemes. Farrukh and Len will work on how this will be worked out in the Registry Services Specification. Len Comment 6: The main issue in comment 6 was summarized as follows: Existing model is too sparse, some of the important issues should be cover in version 1 of the specification. For example a. Should have the following attributes in the managedobject. Stability, PropertyRights, AdditionalStatusTypes, Expirationdate · 1. Add String userVersion attribute into ManagedObject · 3. Add enum attribute stability with three values · 5. Add date attribute expirelationDate · 6. Add association type to represent RO · dismiss 8 put 2, 4, 7, and 9 into todo list Len Comment 7: The main issue in comment 6 was summarized as follows: Rename ManagedObject and ManagedObjectContent · Agreed upon: · ManagedObject -> RegistryEntry · "managed object content" -> "repository item" Len Comment 8: The main issue in comment 6 was summarized as follows: 1) Remove object oriented bias from the model · Method vs attribute? -> In the method table, change the font of the words, which stand for the attribute name 4:25 Scott Hinkelman from IBM did a presentation on some thoughts around UDDI, ebXML RegRep and the OASIS RegRep. JP asked a question if work was going on in the OASIS RegRep. Lisa answered back that work is being done and that. She went on to say that they are waiting to see some of the pilot work being done to see about voting on the specs in June. Scott Hinkelman pointed out that the main point is too look at the use cases of OASIS and see what can be learned from them and if they could be used in ebXML RegRep. Scott pointed out that he feels that the UDDI and ebXML are complementary. Currently work has been done this week to look at how SOAP, ebXML TRP, and W3C XP which will allow the different type of registries to communicate with each other. The last part was a recommendation to look at how we can look at OASIS regrep, ebXML regrep, and the UDDI at how they could move forward together. The Group agreed that we should look at how we can look at the concepts of how UDDI and ebXML could work together.
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