The European Standards Organization CEN has published the CEN Workshop Agreement (CWA) 16667, Reference Architecture 2.0 for eBusiness harmonisation in Textile/Clothing and Footwear sectors. It offers a Guideline of the updated Reference Architecture (RA) for the eBusiness harmonisation in the Textile Clothing and Footwear sectors as it results from the activities of the CEN Workshop “eBusiness in the textile, clothing and footwear sectors (WS eBIZ)”.
I implemented support for ebMS 3.0 AS4 profile for my application. Now I got to check that my implementation complies with ebMS 3.0 AS profile specification. So the question is.
I there any public test cases I can check my implementation against to make sure it complies with the specification.
CEN CWA 16667 Reference Architecture 2.0 for eBusiness harmonisation in Textile/Clothing and Footwear sectors
Need to handle JSON exchanges? The CAM editor and designer, the CAMV validation and the Open-XDX open data toolset now all support JSON. A quick video available on this is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7-JlYGsjEcNeed extended rule handling - see the COBie Smart Building Corp of Engineers example:
Making this move will make it easier for software developers to provide SBR-enabled software and encourage more businesses to take up electronic commerce.
The GBST SuperStream Gateway provides a fully compliant messaging hub that sends and receives ATO standards compliant documents to and from other SuperStream participants (Gateways, Funds and Employers) and is the main connectivity and management piece for message packaging, sending, receiving and storage. The GBST SuperStream Gateway is an ebMS message handler and ebMS message producer / consumer and complies with the AS4 Profile of the ebMS 3.0 specification.