Published on September 28, 2007
ebXML Proof-of-Concept Working Group: ebXML Proof-of-Concept Working Group April 10, 2001 New York, NY Sid Askary Netfish/IONA Chair POC Working Group Welcome Agenda: Agenda POC introduction Architecture Overview Business process & Core components Track 1: Trading Partner Formation & Registry Track 2: Business Transactions POC Mission: POC Mission Validate ebXML specifications Provide feed-back to the WGs Build a broad-base of support for ebXML Previous POC Participants: Previous POC Participants Cisco Extol Fujitsu IBM Interwoven IPNet Netfish NTT-com Savvion Sterling Commerce Sun Microsystems TIE Commerce Viquity webMethods XML Global XML Solutions Additional POC Participants: Additional POC Participants Bowstreet Contivo Commerce One Documentum Killdara Accomplishments : Accomplishments Improved participation in POC since Tokyo Collaborated with AIAG, GCI, OTA and Rosettanet Future Collaboration with HL7 Adoption of SOAP by TRP Reviewing the latest specifications Expect a significant End-to-End Demo for Vienna Focus for London-POC: Focus for London-POC Interoperable XML messaging Industry standard payloads Registry and Repository Additional vendor participation Today’s Participants: Today’s Participants Sid Askary Netfish/IONA Hicham Bahi Documentum Francois Dumas Contivo Dimitri Cherkassky Commerce One Chris Ferris Sun Microsystems Kazunori Iwasa Fujitsu Dan Krech Bowstreet Douglas Potter Tie Commerce Robert Taylor Killdara ebXML Architecture: ebXML Architecture ebXML Architecture: ebXML Architecture Business Processes &Core Components: Business Processes & Core Components Objective Unambiguous interoperability at the business application level What you will see Presentation on reusable Core Components and Business Processes Architecture of Business Process Modeling: Architecture of Business Process Modeling Methodology Business Process Modeling Business Process Meta-Model XML TX Rules XML Business Process DTD Conversion to XML Business Process Model XML Business Process Document In-House Business Process Model In-House Rules In-House Modeling XML Business Process Document ebXML In-House Modeling Slide14: Materials Management Commercial Transactions Buyer Supplier Sample ASN: Sample ASN <AdvancedShipNotice> <DocumentLevel> <DateTime TimeZone = "EDT" Role = "">20001010,0920</DateTime> <Type>Original</Type> <Identification> <ID>1234</ID> <Type>Shipping</Type> <Purpose>Advance Notice</Purpose> <Reference> <RefFunction>BLDA</RefFunction> <RefName>Project A</RefName> ……. Partner Relationship: Partner Relationship Track 1: Trading Partner Formation Objective Locate Trading Partners Enable and accelerate forming an e-Agreement What you will see Partner discovery Agreement formation Proposal and acceptance Trading Partner Formation Conversation: Trading Partner Formation Conversation Seller PP Seller PP Seller CPP Seller Seller Buyer Buyer RegRep RegRep Buyer CPP Buyer CPP Seller CPP CPA CPA Discovery Proposal Seller CPP Phase Conversation Sequence 5. TPA Formation: Buyer Collaboration Protocol Profile 5. TPA Formation Supplier Buyer Supplier Collaboration Protocol Profile Core Components Info Delivery Channel Transport Doc Exchange Business Protocol Core Components Info Delivery Channel Transport Doc Exchange Business Protocol Collaboration Protocol Agreement Core Components Info Delivery Channel Transport Doc Exchange Business Protocol Partner Agreement Sample: Partner Agreement Sample <CPA> <CPAInfo> <CPAName>IPNet31BTrade32 CPA</CPAName> <CPAType> <Protocol>ebXML</Protocol> <Version>0.1</Version> <Type>POC</Type> </CPAType> <Role> <!-- Automotive, Buyer --> <RoleDefn> …… Trading Partner Formation Topology: Trading Partner Formation Topology Cisco/SUN Buyers NTT- Netfish Sellers Contivo Fujitsu SUN/ Cisco Registry Repository Discovery Agreement Formation Proposal and Acceptance Business Transaction: Business Transaction Track 2: Automotive Industry Objective Show that complex business scenarios can be conducted using the ebXML specification What you will see Usage of ebXML specifications to do materials management. It shows how supply chain partners can interoperate Slide24: Automotive Industry Action Group The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) is a not-for-profit association of companies involved in the automotive industry. PURPOSE: To provide an open forum where members cooperate in developing and promoting solutions that enhance the prosperity of the automotive industry. FOCUS: To continuously improve business processes and practices involving trading partners throughout the supply chain. Automotive Industry Conversation: Automotive Industry Conversation 4. Receipt Ack Supplier Buyer Automotive Industry Topology: Automotive Industry Topology Automotive Industry Topology Docu mentum Buyers Sellers Hub Track: 2-1 ASN & NR Track: 2-2 ASN & NR Tie Bowstreet Kildara Automotive Industry Topology: Automotive Industry Topology Automotive Industry Topology Docu mentum Buyers Sellers Track: 2-1 ASN & NR Tie Automotive Industry Topology: Automotive Industry Topology Automotive Industry Topology Buyers Sellers Hub Track: 2-2 ASN & NR Bowstreet Commerce One Killdara Automotive Industry Topology: Automotive Industry Topology Automotive Industry Topology Docu mentum Buyers Sellers Hub Track: 2-1 ASN & NR Track: 2-2 ASN & NR IPNET Bowstreet Kildara ebXML Proof-of-Concept Working Group: ebXML Proof-of-Concept Working Group That’s all folks!! Questions?