IBM supports AS4, the B2B Web Services profile based on ebXML Messaging Version 3.0


The data sheet for IBM Sterling B2B Integrator fo EDI mentions support for many business protocols,  including ebXML as well as for the EDIINT protocols AS1, AS2, AS3 and AS4. AS4 is the B2B Web Services profile based on ebXML Messaging Version 3.0.

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15-day Public Review for OASIS ebMS v3.0 Part 2, Advanced Features

The OASIS ebXML Messaging Services TC members have produced an updated Committee Specification Draft (CSD) and submitted this specification for 15-day public review:

OASIS ebXML Messaging Services Version 3.0: Part 2, Advanced Features Committee Specification Draft 03 / Public Review Draft 02 16 February 2011

Specification Overview:

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Integration of standards for Traceability and Sale of Fish Products- FishBizz

Traceability comprises standardized system of procedures covering all links of the fish product chain, both regarding the supply of products and the associated information to facilitate transparency for monitoring purposes.  The proposed Fishbizz workshop addresses the eBusiness interoperability issues and possible solutions, eBusiness frameworks for SMEs and eBusiness applications in specific sectors.

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Will AS4 Become the Communications Standard for Cloud Based Integration Services?


Interesting blog posting by Mark Morley of GXS on AS4, Cisco's implementation of AS4, and its potential as a foundational standard for cloud computing:

Cisco is the one of the first companies that I have heard of that is actively using AS4 and as with the Walmart effect caused by their AS2 supplier mandate I wonder if Cisco will help to see wider adoption of AS4 in the High Tech market space?, especially given their position in the market of setting up data centres for hosting cloud based infrastructures.

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E-procurement in Sweden based on ebXML Messaging

The following information was kindly provided by Martin Forsberg:

Many Swedish local authorities, county councils and government authorities have started with e-procurement. The Single Face To Industry (SFTI) is a joint effort, with representation from all three levels, on marketing and awareness activities related to electronic procurement, on development of common specifications, on encouragement of systems development and implementation, and on support to interoperability.

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