Participants in the OASIS ebXML Registry Technical Committee have created a new ebXML Registry REST Subcommittee. In keeping with the TC Charter focus on developing future versions of the OASIS ebXML Registry Specifications with consideration of related technologies adopted by other forums, the REST Subcommittee will develop a specification document to allow implementers to develop a complimentary optional REST-based interface for Registry. The REST support will follow the REST principles.
Welcome to ebXML XML.org.
This is the official community gathering place and information resource for ebXML, the modular suite of standards advanced by OASIS and UNCEFACT and approved as ISO 15000. ebXML enables enterprises of any size and in any geographical location to conduct business over the Internet. This is a community-driven site, and the public is encouraged to contribute content.
Presentation slides comparing the features for B2B of ebXML ebMS, AS2/EDIINI, VAN, WS-I/WSDl web services. Provides a set of criteria for comparing B2B functionality and matrix for each approach. Presents SWOT analysis of factors for each.
Prepares a baseline for analysis by evaluators to understand important criteria with which to make decisions with regard to each technology choice. Evaluators should apply their own weighted score carding to determining suitablity to task in their own environments.
The latest release of IBM Websphere Partner Gateway has added native support for ebXML Messaging and CPA.
The following excerpt is from What's new in V6.1 - Detail:
ebXML Messaging Service (ebMS) 2.0 used in Canada, Europe, and Asia, and in healthcare and auto industries, and support for the ebMS 2.0 Basic Profile
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