EbXML: The Technical Specifications

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Aaron E. Walsh
Prentice Hall PTR, 2002 - Computers - 605 pages
The first one-stop ebXML tech spec reference!

-- The ebXML e-Business standard from OASIS and the United Nations

-- Includes expert commentary by leading edge Web developer Aaron Walsh.

-- Also includes a complete ebXML glossary.

ebXML is one of a trilogy of the most important Web specifications of the day: ebXML, UDDI and SOAP. ebXML Version 1.0.4 is the world's #1 vendor-independent e-business specification. ebXML will be at the heart of the next-generation of vendor-independent B2B e-Business applications, enabling any enterprise to standardize the exchange of business messages, streamline trading relationships, communicate data in common terms, and register their business processes on the Internet. Now, there's an authoritative one-stop technical specification reference for every developer who wants to use ebXML. ebXML: The Technical Specifications presents the entire official ebXML standard, with expert commentary by a leading expert. The book begins with an up-to-the-minute preface introducing ebXML: its goals, elements, and current status. Next, the book presents each element of the ebXML standard, including Requirements, Technical Architecture, Business Process Specification Schema, Registry Information Model, Registry Services Specification, Collaboration-Protocol Profile and Agreement Specification v1.0, and Message Service Specification. Also provided: a complete ebXML glossary. An essential resource for every e-Business developer.

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Contents

Status of this Document
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Business Requirements
10
ebXML Technical Framework Requirements
21
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

AARON WALSH is Chairman of Mantis Development Corporation, a development firm specializing in advanced multimedia and network technologies. An active member of the Internet standards community, Walsh is Chairman of the Web3D Consortium's Universal Media technical working group, Chairman of the Web3D-MPEG group responsible for the convergence of Web3D and Motion Picture Experts Group (MPEG) technology, Co-chair of the Web3D Intellectual Property Rights group, and Web3D Liaison to MPEG and the World Wide Web Consortium. An international best-selling technology writer, he is the author of Core Web3D, XHTML Example by Example, Java 3D API Jump-Start, MPEG-4 Jump-Start, and ebXML: The Technical Reports (Prentice Hall PTR).

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