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Subject: Re: [ebxml-cppa] Need some information from ebXML technical community to challenge a statement from w3c-er.
Dear Dale Moberg, Followings are my information about your request. 1. Distribution industry in Japan The Distribution Systems Research Institute has developed JEDICOS-XML based on ebXML CC specification in fiscal 2002. This industry will adopt ebMS and CPPA. It developed CPA templates based on ebXML CPPA V2.0 in fiscal 2002. This industry doesn't have plan to use CPP yet. 2. Electronic and information equipment and components industry in Japan The Japan Electronics and Information Technology Association (JEITA) EDI Center is developing next generation sophisticated EDI system named 'Collaborative EDI'. This project has started since 2001. Now, this project is final stage to start real business operation. This system is basically based on ebXML technologies. This system is adopting BPSS, ebMS and CPPA. JEITA has developed CPA templates. JEITA doesn't have plan to use CPP yet. 3. Trading service provider activity in Asia The Pan Asia E-Commerce Alliance (PAA) was establish in July 2000 for trading in the Asian region. Now, 8 major service providers (Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea, China, Malaysia, Japan, Macao) join this alliance. This project is fully based on ebXML technologies. Trade-Van of Taiwan and Tradelink of Hong Kong has started commercial business operation based on new PAA system sense July 2002. Now, PAA is adopting ebMS, R&R, and CPPA. PAA is using full functions of CPPA specification including CPP's and CPA's. Regards, Yukinori Saito ------------------------------------------------------ Yukinori Saito Electronic Commerce Promotion Council of Japan (ECOM) E-mail: email@example.com Tel: +81-3-3436-7542 Fax: +81-3-3436-7570 ------------------------------------------------------ ----- Original Message ----- From: "Dale Moberg" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: "ebxml-cppa" <email@example.com> Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2003 5:32 AM Subject: [ebxml-cppa] Need some information from ebXML technical community to challenge a statement from w3c-er. Hi I noticed the following on a W3C mailing list today: EbCPPA - EbXML Collaboration Protocol Profile and Agreement - The Collaboration Protocol Profiles (CPPs) and Agreements (CPAs) which define a business partner's technical capabilities to engage in electronic business collaborations with other partners, and the technical agreement between two or more partners to engage in electronic business collaboration. Version 1.0 was part of the original ebXML package, version 2 has significant upgrades and was ratified Dec, 2002. Although the CPP/CPA framework seems very business oriented, I do not know of many (or any, to be honest) examples of it being used in production. Several companies, including my own, have ebMS based products with some CPA capabilities that are in use in production. Probably no products yet fully implement CPA plus Negotiation. However, if your companies permit, and if your customers permit, I would appreciate some more evidence on use. Certainly CPPA is not widespread, but if you can at least testify in support of the existence of production and pilot usage, please let me know. Thanks Dale Moberg To unsubscribe from this mailing list (and be removed from the roster of the OASIS TC), go to http://www.oasis-open.org/apps/org/workgroup/ebxml-cppa/members/leave_workgroup.php.