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Subject: Re: Of Bank Tellers...
David wrote: > Dick - OK - you answered most all my questions now. I think I'm too > fixated on the MIME/SMTP model. I expect there will be more ebXML/HTTP implementations than any other combination (FTP, SMTP). The testing we've done internally at 8760 indicates that ebXML works well in RPC mode as well as Async messaging mode. Servlets + ebXML make a good combination for request/response model, add HTTP access controls+SSL and apply encryption/digital signatures to the payload and you've got the foundation for a secure, reliable E-Commerce (B2B) platform. > Its easy to take that impression away from the current draft - and I would > recommend that this is offset later, by introducing more example uses, > and clarifications. Maybe some sample diagrams of interaction modes > and network architectures would help here significantly. > The TR&P group has identified a few use cases to drive the design process. One of the cases models a stock price inquiry that is a request/response (RPC) processing/programming model. The RPC model is what I believe you would like to see explicitly stated as a supported deployment model within the ebXML specs. Correct? John Ibottson and Ian Jones are planning to expand the number of use cases that, I'm assuming, will depict other processing models and/or enhance the existing models. Perhaps we should include the use cases in the TR&P requirement spec to address David's concerns. Dick Brooks http://www.8760.com/ ======================================================================= = This is ebxml-transport, the general mailing list for the ebXML = = Transport project team. The owner of this list is = = email@example.com = = = = To unsubscribe, send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with = = the following in the body of the message: = = unsubscribe ebxml-transport = = If you are subscribed using a different email address, put the = = address you subscribed with at the end of the line; e.g. = = unsubscribe ebxml-transport email@example.com = =======================================================================
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