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|8:00||Coffee & Registration|
||ebXML IN 2008: OVERVIEW AND STATUS
Pim van der Eijk
The OASIS ebXML standards provide mature specifications for messaging, collaboration agreements, registry and business process. In the past seven years, these standards have been adopted in industry sectors and in the public sector, in Europe and internationally. More recently, ebXML has evolved with newer versions of the specifications that converge with recent Web Services specifications and offer better support for small and medium size organizations. This presentation will give an overview of the core ebXML specifications, using the UBL 2.0 standard and NES profiles as case study. The presentation will also present some case studies of large scale deployments of ebXML.
THE EXPERIENCE OF ENEA ABOUT THE ADOPTION OF EBXML AND UBL IN ITALY
|10:30||DATA MODELLING AND ebXML FOR FOOD SUPPLY CHAIN TRACEABILITY
Alessio Bechini (University of Pisa)
In the food industry, the requirement of traceability (tracking/tracing) of food needs standardized exchange of information in a large and dynamic community of food suppliers, producers, processors and distributors. This presentation refers to a specific data model to support supply chain traceability. It also 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.
||ebXML MESSAGING VERSION 3.0: OVERVIEW AND DEMONSTRATION
Ric Emery and Dale Moberg, Axway
ebMS version 3.0 provides new user-requested features and realigns ebMS with several recently approved WS-* security and reliability standards.
Additional work in ebCPPA will be completed in the ebCore group to enable both ebBP 2.0 and CPPA 3.0 for use with ebMS version 3.0 (and with other messaging protocols). A demo is planned that will feature some of the new functionality.
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