Resources provides a directory of educational materials and community-support tools for ebXML.
By the OASIS ebXML Joint Committee
This white paper provides an overview of the ebXML specifications and their relevance. Adoption detail is included. Produced by members of OASIS, this document provides a useful background for those considering implementing the ebXML technology and/or hybrid approaches.
The Global Justice Reference Architecture (JRA) ebXML Messaging Service Interaction Profile Version 1.0
The purpose of this document is to establish a SERVICE INTERACTION PROFILE (SIP) based on the ebXML family of technology standards.
This tutorial was delivered at the OASIS Symposium in San Francisco, May 2006. It provides an overview of the e-Business XML (ebXML) framework, as it is used today for integration in commerce, government and healthcare initiatives internationally.
The U.S. Department of Defense, through its Defense Information Systems Agency, established a central metadata registry, to provide XML components approved for DoD software development, as well as reference data tables and codes, such as country and state codes. The registry provides an authoritative resource for DoD software architects and developers, and is based ebXML Registry and Repository standard.
The UK's National Programme for Information Technology (NPfIT) is the world's largest civil IT project. A central component of the NHS Care Records Service is the Transactional Messaging Service (TMS) Spine using the ebXML Messaging Service OASIS Standard.
A short case study has been published of a deployment of the eBIZ architecture for the textile, clothing and footwear industries. This deployment uses ebXML Messaging based on the Hermes open source product.
Modern economy compels business organizations to optimize their operations. For such optimization, an organization often specializes in certain core areas, and may outsource non-core activities to other organizations. Such outsourcing results in complex inter-organizational business processes. The participant organizations employ diverse industry standards based on proprietary and Internet protocols to implement these processes.