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Subject: RE: [ebxml-jc] Re: Request for webinar scenarios


    very good.  I like this more than the summary I quickly put together
- would you like to present/intro from the more usage/deployment side as
opposed to myself/Jacques/Pete W talking from the technical side.  If
you are willing to help you and I could probably address a European
friendly time.



-----Original Message-----
From: Pim van der Eijk [mailto:pim.vandereijk@oasis-open.org] 
Sent: 05 April 2007 13:05
To: Jones,IC,Ian,XDT63 R; ebxml-jc@lists.oasis-open.org
Cc: dee.schur@oasis-open.org
Subject: RE: [ebxml-jc] Re: Request for webinar scenarios

Hello Ian and others,

I propose some minor edits below.  If this is too salesy or has factual
errors, feel free to ignore and go back to your original.


Title: OASIS ebXML Messaging Services TC v3.0 Standard: Overview and

Discover what is new and different for the OASIS ebXML Messaging
Services TC v3.0 Standard from the team working on its development and

The OASIS ebXML Message Service is one of the most widely used parts of
the ebXML framework. Its adoption has increased steadily over the years,
with large scale deployments in healthcare and automotive industries,
trade and government, especially in Europe and Asia. Vendor support has
also increased, with Oracle and IBM now supporting it in their
commercial products and three new open source implementations released
in the last year alone. 

The new OASIS ebXML Messaging Services v3.0 is an evolution of the
existing version 2.0 specification that fulfills a longstanding desire
to converge the ebXML framework with the emerging Web Services stack.
The new 3.0 version leverages a number of key Web Services technologies,
such as Web Service Security and Web Services Reliable Messaging. It
also includes new facilities for messaging pulling to allow for firewall
communication issues and hub and spoke trading models.  It also allows
the definition and control of a channel like mechanism to segregate

The new ebMS3 specification is already implemented by the ECALGA and
COXEC trading communities in Japan, and is being reviewed by HL7.  A key
motivator in all three cases was the new Pull feature, which greatly
facilitates access to B2B networks for small organizations. 

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