OASIS announced that the ebXML Implementation, Interoperability and Conformance (IIC) TC recently approved the Committee Draft specifications for public review:
AUSTIN, TX -- Jan. 15, 2007 -- Drummond Group Inc. (DGI), the leading B2B interoperability certification company, today announced that five software products from five companies successfully completed the Drummond Certifiedâ„¢ program's ebMS (ebXML Message Service)-4Q06 interoperability testing. Companies demonstrating interoperability among their products in the ebMS-4Q06 test round included Axway, Cleo Communications, Inovis, Inc., Sterling Commerce and Xenos. ebMS is the messaging layer of the ebXML framework.
Drummond Group Certifies Xenos terminalONE Transport v2.3 as OASIS ebXML Message Service v2.0 Interoperable
An ebXML study meeting of ISO/TC 215 took place during the HL7 working group meetings on 8th January 2007 (Monday) in San Diego, USA.
ISO TC 215 (health informatics) is conducting a study on the use ebXML for the health area. This was triggered by a discussion at the management group of the MoU on electronic business of ISO and other standards organizations and consortia.
The Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc. (OGC) announced that is has selected the OASIS standard ebRIM (Electronic business Registry Information Model) as the preferred cataloguing metamodel foundation for future application profiles of the OpenGIS Catalogue Service Web (CS-W) specification. The catalogue specification defines the information required to support discovery and search for data and services and ebRIM provides the requirements to support registration of services like those specified in many OGC standards, as well as geospatial data and other resources.