Resources provides a directory of educational materials and community-support tools for ebXML.
The companies involved, their business and the eBusiness network
Auto/Mate, Inc has been in the automotive data processing business for over 25 years. It provides a fully integrated in-house computer system designed exclusively for automobile dealerships. According to NADA Survey of Dealership System Providers the Auto/Mate ranked No. 1. in customer satisfaction, No. 1 in â€œwould recommend to other dealersâ€ and No. 1. in â€œeffectiveness of trainingâ€.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Public Health Information Network Messaging System (PHINMS)
The Public Health Information Network Messaging System (PHINMS) provides a secure and reliable messaging system for the Public Health Information Network. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) say that there are currently multiple systems in place that support communications for public health labs, the clinical community, and state and local health departments. However, many of these systems operate in isolation, not capitalizing on the potential for a cross-fertilization of data exchange.
OASIS hosts publicly archived mail lists for providing input to ebXML Technical Committee members:
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 Cover Pages is a comprehensive, online reference collection supporting the XML family of markup language standards, XML vocabularies, and related structured information standards. The Cover Pages Technology Report on Electronic Business XML Initiative (ebXML) provides links to principal references, briefing materials, related technologies, and more.
This presentation refers to a specific data model to support supply chain traceability.
It shows how, upon a proper modeling process of the overall supply chain, ebXML can be proficiently used to cope with business interoperability issues in the context of traceability information systems. In particular, exchange of traceability information can proficiently exploit the ebXML messaging system.
This hands-on developer's guide to Web services prepares you for the next level of distributed computing. The authors clearly show how to implement and deploy Web services using Java while also explaining the fundamentals from the ground up. After providing a detailed introduction to Web services, they walk you through the Web services architecture and its core building blocks, including standards and technologies.
The DISA Registry Initiative (DRIve) is a program to deploy the technology outlined in the ebXML specifications (v 2.0) for a standard online index of items needed by companies to do business in particular industries. DRIve provides such an index for the work of DISA-affiliated organizations.
AS4, a new Web Services messaging standard, defines a simplified approach to securely exchanging business documents using Web Services. It is a profile of the OASIS ebMS 3.0 specification and has evolved over the last two years through work done by the leading business to business messaging software companies and Drummond Group.