Resources provides a directory of educational materials and community-support tools for ebXML.
Maintained by the Korea Institute for Electronic Commerce, this site contains information on ebXML activities in Korea, ebXML Specifications (both in English and Korean), valuable links, and other XML and EDI reference materials.
Norway's National Insurance Administration (NIA) upgraded the EDI-based communications infrastructure it used to connect to its business partners with a new architecture based on open standards, including the ebXML Messaging OASIS Standard, ISO 15000-2. NIA's ebXML Message service was built using the Xenos terminalONE end-to-end, transaction gateway solution.
A blog posting by David Connelly, CEO at Open Applications Group, on the joint OAGi and OASIS webinar highlighting OAGIS BODs using the AS4 profile.
This presentation was given at ETSI B2B workshop. It describes the use of ebXML Messaging in a number of eGovernment projects in the Netherlands, and the use of ebXML intermediaries and non-reliable interactions.
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This presentation gives an overview of OASIS Standards supporting e-Business interoperability. The European Interoperability Framework (EIF) and the EBIF e-business roadmap define three levels of interoperability: technical, semantic and organization. In meeting these interoperability requirements, various patterns of e-business integration can be distinguished. Web Services and ebXML can be viewed as solutions focussed on two of these patterns.
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CYBER-IDENTITY is key to the further development of the electronic world.
UNIQUE BUSINESS IDENTIFIERS based on international standard identifier schemes and their registries are fundamentally important for eBusiness and eGovernment.
This book is for developers who are familiar with XML and who need to understand and apply the ebXML specifications in order implement or integrate with an electronic trading system.
T-Mobile was founded in Germany July 1993 to provide mobile telephony services in Germany. Since then, the company has developed into an integrated and coordinated global brand, and one of the leading international mobile communications carriers. T-Mobile operates in key markets in Europe, including Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom, as well as in the United States. By the end of 2006, T-Mobile International employed over 54,000 people serving more than 106.4 million customers in the twelve T-Mobile markets.
This presentation by Monica Martin of Sun Microystems, co-chair of the OASIS ebXML Business Process Technical Committee, explores interoperability and the role of ebBP within the eBusiness domain.