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The ebXML registry allows businesses to find and to collaborate with one another
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The ebXML architecture clearly centers on document-oriented interactions; as ebXML gains acceptance, it may come to define the paradigm for B2B-oriented Web service interactions Companies that already have been exchanging information electronically, perhaps using EDI standards, will find many parallels in the goals of ebXML, although ebXML aims at addressing this type of requirement more broadly and for the Internet The ebXML specification focuses on document-oriented interactions
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Initially, it seemed that the ebXML group was competing with the group of companies sponsoring SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI In fact, the ebXML specifications cover a lot of the same territory as SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI You could view the SOAP effort at W3C as a "bottom-up" approach, starting with a definition of the way to map XML documents to HTTP messages, and look at the ebXML effort as a "top-down" approach, starting with a definition of the business process as a series of messages mapped to any transport The ebXML group was formed primarily to create business process standards, the areas in which the work of ebXML has the most promise The areas of transport, services description, and registry seem more appropriate to efforts focused more purely on issues of infrastructure than of business process and document interaction One of the major motivators for ebXML is to produce standards that serve the same or similar purpose as EDI, including support for the emerging industry-specific XML "vocabularies" It seems appropriate to consider the ebXML architecture as requirements on W3C and other XML-oriented initiatives as a way of ensuring that Web services will be ready for real business use, rather than as a competitive effort to define core infrastructure services
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Web services are not as much like traditional distributed computing technologies such as CORBA, DCOM, and EJB, as they are like Web servers, HTML, and HTTP, on which they are based Web services are fundamentally one-way, asynchronous messages mapped onto executable software programs Web services define a data format independent of programming language, operating system, network transport, and data storage mechanism; therefore data has to be mapped into and out of the independent format Data typing and structure are abstracted from underlying implementations of services Web services differ from traditional distributed computing technologies
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Web services are often compared to remote procedure call invocations or software components However, Web services are more appropriately compared to enterprise application integration adapters Web services define a canonical message format, as EAI software systems, such as MQSeries, TIBCO, NEON, Vitria, and IONA' s Orbix E2A, do and define the way in which the
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message is directed to a service interface through which the data is mapped or transformed onto an underlying application In other words, the intelligence for understanding how to map a message into a software program is not contained within the interface itself, as it is in CORBA, J2EE, and DCOM, all of which are based on RPC concepts, which tightly couple the service name to the program being invoked Rather, that intelligence is contained within the XML processor, which consumes the message and follows associated instructions on how to parse the message and map the data into whatever program implements the Web service Web services are more like adapters
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In addition, Web services do not require or assume the existence of the same software system on both ends of a communication path EAI adapters similarly accept a canonical message format and map the information in the message to an enterprise resource planning (ERP) or other type of enterprise application Web services are defined at a similar level of abstraction, which allows the same message type to be mapped to multiple applications, including, but certainly not limited to, RPC-based components Web services map to any software
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Unlike RPC-oriented middleware, such as CORBA and DCOM, Web services use unidirectional, asynchronous messaging, which is more naturally mapped to a message queuing system, such as MQSeries or JMS, than to CORBA or DCOM; although, of course, Web services are also often mapped to CORBA-, J2EE-, and DCOM-based products Web services support a request/response paradigm typical of synchronous, RPC-style communications through emulation; that is, the XML processor rather than the protocol correlates requests with replies The HTTP mapping of SOAP, for example, does not support protocol-level request/reply correlation[7] The Web services emulation of an RPC is easily mapped to such traditional RPC-based systems as CORBA, EJB, and DCOM, although qualities of service (eg, security, transactions, and exception handling), are likely to be very different from those available in traditional distributed computing technologies, which are often tied closely to the transport layer, and are specific to each technology
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Various proposals address this issue, including HTTPR (reliable HTTP) and BEEP, a new session-oriented protocol from IETF; see 7 for further information
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