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Subject: Re: Of Bank Tellers...
Yes, I agree that a few use cases will certainly help to drive home the point that ebXML can easily handle any model of exchange (RPC, asynch msg, one way, mailbag, etc.) Chris firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > > 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 = > ======================================================================= -- _/_/_/_/ _/ _/ _/ _/ Christopher Ferris - Enterprise Architect _/ _/ _/ _/_/ _/ Phone: 781-442-3063 or x23063 _/_/_/_/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ Email: chris.ferris@East.Sun.COM _/ _/ _/ _/ _/_/ Sun Microsystems, Mailstop: UBUR03-313 _/_/_/_/ _/_/_/ _/ _/ 1 Network Drive Burlington, MA 01803-0903 ======================================================================= = This is ebxml-transport, the general mailing list for the ebXML = = Transport project team. The owner of this list is = = firstname.lastname@example.org = = = = To unsubscribe, send mail to email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org = =======================================================================
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