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The ebXML Specifications
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Phase 1 ebXML work consists of three major parts:
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Transport, or messaging specification, based on SOAP with Attachments Registry, using either UDDI or native ebXML stores business process model definitions and collaboration protocol definitions Collaboration, meaning the automatic execution of models and interactions among business partners
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Implementations are started with the transport
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Vendors are typically implementing ebXML in this order, although some are concentrating first on modeling tools Businesses can use ebXML to find out about one another using the registry, to define TPAs, and to exchange XML messages in support of business operations The goal is to eventually perform all these activities, without human intervention, over the Internet Work on ebXML is not yet completed, however Work on the specifications and compliant software continues at UN/CEFACT, OASIS, W3C, and other consortia, and at various systems and software companies Although phase 1 has been completed and implementations are on the market, the ebXML specifications remain works in progress ebXML specification work continues
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Many similarities exist between ebXML and SOAP/WSDL/UDDI, as both efforts sprang from very similar requirements and objectives Because ebXML started from the business process model and SOAP/WSDL/UDDI started from the RPC model, the overlap is not complete It's more like an intersection; ebXML maps down to implementations at the transport level, and SOAP/WSDL/UDDI map up to the document-oriented i teraction style Much commonality is n also seen between UDDI and the ebXML registry Conceptual overlap with Web services technologies
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The shaded area of Figure 6-3 illustrates the conceptual overlap between the ebXML specifications and the SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI Web services specifications Both specify a type of service interface that gets stored in a registry, and both specify a transport using SOAP Although WSDL is not really equivalent to CPA, the ideas are very similar Figure 6-3 ebXML overlaps with SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI
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Although originally SOAP/WSDL/UDDI and ebXML started out as separate, competing efforts, today the ebXML specifications can be seen as a source of requirements for the continuing W3C work on SOAP and related specifications The ebXML specifications define features, functions, and qualities of service beyond those in the basic Web services specifications Several vendors are supplying ebXML-compliant products, but it's possible that the convergence will overtake the momentum of ebXML and that all its features and functionality will be incorporated into Web services The Java Community Process (JCP) initiative called Java APIs for XML Registry (JAXR) [4] defines a Java API common to both the ebXML repository and UDDI, for example
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See http://javasuncom/xml/jaxr/indexhtml
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ebXML can be a source of requirements for Web services
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The ebXML specifications, created separately by individual authoring teams, were intended to fit within a comprehensive technical architecture, as described in the technical architecture specific ation The ebXML technical architecture builds on the experience of EDI but takes advantage of the flexibility of XML and the ubiquity of the Internet The ebXML architecture maps a business process and information model to XML documents and defines requirements for the software that processes the documents and exchanges them among trading partners ebXML is intended to fit within a comprehensive technical architecture
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Adoption of ebXML
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Because ebXML aligned with SOAP, it seems likely that the ebXML transport will be adopted and implemented However, the bigger question centers on business process, which is where ebXML started and how ebXML is different from EDI Standardizing business processes is at least as big a job as standardizing business data Many attempts at the latter have been made, and many have failed Business processes, like the businesses that invented them, are often unique and sometimes are part of a company's competitive advantage It's not clear that businesses will agree to standardize them or even to disclose them in sufficient detail for standardization And if this doesn't happen, ebXML may fall flat The ebXML architecture defines the following:
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