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Subject: [Presentation Available] Re: [ebsoa] IBM BI-ICS

Scott Hinkleman's BC-ISC presentation is now available [1].


[1] http://xml.gov/presentations.asp#20040317

Chiusano Joseph wrote:
> This morning at the XML.gov monthly meeting[1] I saw a presentation
> given by Scott Hinkleman of IBM on IBM's new "Business Integration -
> Information Conformance Standards (BI-ICS)" specification[2]. I found it
> quite interesting, and thought I'd provide a few comments here. Although
> not available as of this e-mail, the presentation should be available at
> the XML.gov site[3] within the next few days, if IBM does make it
> available.
> BI-ICS essentially lives at what IBM calls the "Business Level" of the
> Web Services stack, above "Service Composition" (where WS BPEL,
> WS-Transaction, etc. live). I know - it sounds like the "ebXML area" of
> the stack, so we might very well expect some overlap in this and future
> specs - as BI-ICS is apparently one of 4 planned "specification areas"
> for this "framework" (my own use of this term) which is as of yet
> unnamed.
> Another area will be "Business Payload Composition", which - Scott
> Hinkleman stated - "has its roots in ebXML Core Components", and
> specifies a "context-driven approach" to payload composition (overlaps,
> anyone?). Scott did, however, state that BI-ICS is "not IBM's answer to
> IBM is soliciting interest in advancing BI-ICS to an open standards
> consortium.
> Let the discussions begin...
> Kind Regards,
> Joe
> [1] http://xml.gov/agenda/20040317.htm
> [2] http://xml.coverpages.org/ni2004-02-02-a.html
> [3] http://xml.gov/presentations.asp

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