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the information with the repository (2) After a business submits its data to the registry, along with other contact information, the registry entry contains a URL that points to the SOAP server site's WSDL or other XML schema file describing the Web service Once another business's SOAP processor queries the registry (3) to obtain the WSDL or other schema (4), the client can generate the appropriate message (5) to send to the specified operation over the identified protocol (6) Of course, both client and server have to be able to agree on the same protocol in this example, SOAP over HTTP and share the same understanding, or semantic definition of the service, which in this example is represented via WSDL With the widespread adoption of these fundamental standards, however, this common understanding of WSDL seems ensured Figure 1-9 The UDDI repository can be used to discover a Web service
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Several additional technologies, beyond what's provided in the basic Web services technologies, are required to support true business-to-business interaction over the Web The Electronic Business XML (ebXML) consortium, for example, has defined a comprehensive set of specifications for an industrial-strength usage pattern for XML document exchange among trading partners The ebXML messaging specification is based on SOAP with Attachments and does not use WSDL but does add several qualities of service, such as security, guaranteed messaging, and compliance with business process interaction patterns The ebXML spec provides more than basic Web services technologies
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The ebXML initiative, the first phase of which ended in May 2001, was sponsored by an international group established by the United Nations Center for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business (UN/CEFACT) and OASIS to research, develop, and promote global standards for the use of XML to facilitate the exchange of electronic business data [5] The ebXML architecture begins with a business process and information model, maps the model to XML schemas, and
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Although the original ebXML effort ended in May 2001, work continues on specific OASIS (The Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards) and UN/CEFACT committees to enhance and further extend the original ebXML specifications
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Although electronic data interchange (EDI) has been around for more than two decades, it is very complex, has multiple interpretations, requires significant technical expertise to deploy, and is based on a tightly coupled, inflexible architecture Although they can be deployed on public networks, EDI applications are most often used on expensive dedicated networks and require a lot of expertise to set up and run By contrast, ebXML and Web services hold the promise of realizing the original goals of EDI, making it simpler and easier to exchange electronic documents over the Internet However, ebXML and Web services also will have to mature for several years before they encompass all EDI's current functionality and feature set Although the ebXML consortium has completed its initial work, OASIS, UN/CEFACT, and other organizations continue to promote the adoption of the architecture and specifications to a broader audience, hoping to establish a global e-business marketplace through the standardized exchange of XML documents and messages, regardless of geographic or political boundaries, and with the qualities of service that businesses expect The ebXML architecture defines
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Business processes and their associated messages and content A registry and discovery mechanism for publishing business process sequences with related message exchanges Company profiles Trading-partner agreements A uniform message transport layer mapped to SOAP with multipart MIME attachments The ebXML architecture extends basic Web services concepts
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Similarly to the way in which UDDI facilitates a search for Web service definitions, the ebXML architecture allows businesses to find one another by using a registry, to define trading-partner agreements, and to exchange XML messages in support of business operations The goal is to allow all these activities to be performed automatically, without human intervention, over the Internet The ebXML architecture has many similarities to SOAP/WSDL/UDDI, and some level of convergence is already taking place with the adoption of SOAP in the ebXML transport specification[6] RosettaNet also announced its adoption of the ebXML transport, as have many other vertical industry consortia
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See wwwebxmlorg for further information on ebXML's use of SOAP and other details of the ebXML initiative
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