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Subject: RE: [ebxml-msg] Question about imprementation of MS specification torealbusiness

Title: [ebxml-msg] Question about imprementation of MS specification to realbusiness
Yukinori Saito,
The organization that runs one of the largest Electric Grids in the United States (ERCOT - http://www.ercot.com/), is replacing FTP with an ebXML MS B2B solution. The ebXML software has recently passed ERCOT certification testing and is moving into production operation. FTP is scheduled to be completely eliminated by the end of 2002.
You can find more information about the FTP Replacement Project and the ebXML MS solution used by ERCOT at:
The FTP Replacement Project/ebXML solution has been presented
as a case study for implementing ebXML within the Energy industry to representatives from the following European and North American Energy organizations:
EFET - http://www.efet.org/
ETSO - http://www.etso-net.org/
EURELECTRIC - http://www.eurelectric.org/
NAESB - http://www.naesb.org/
UIG - http://www.uig.org/
NOTE: UIG has a liaison relationship with the Federation of Electric Power Companies (FEPC) E3 group in Japan.
There are currently discussions underway to form a collaborative European/North American effort to define B2B standards around ebXML. Feel free to e-mail me privately if you would like more information about this initiative.

Dick Brooks
Systrends, Inc
7855 South River Parkway, Suite 111
Tempe, Arizona 85284
Web: www.systrends.com <http://www.systrends.com>

-----Original Message-----
From: Yukinori Saito [mailto:y-saito@ecom.jp]
Sent: Tuesday, May 14, 2002 12:59 AM
To: ebxml-msg@lists.oasis-open.org
Cc: NEC\)伊波様; EDIgr)H.Sugamata; EDIgr)K.Mizoguchi; EDIgr)K.Wakaizumi
Subject: [ebxml-msg] Question about imprementation of MS specification to realbusiness

Dear Members of OASIS ebXML Messaging TC,

Kasumi Co. Ltd. in Japan developed B2B system based on ebXML MS
specification V1.0.
The outline of this system is followings.
(1) This system is EDI system between Retail and Maker.
(2) This system is developed by NEC corporation. NEC corporation is very
famous IT vendor company in Japan.
(3) Business documents
-Retail: Purchase Order Prediction, Sales Information
-Maker: Products Information, Sales Promotion Information, Sales Results
(4) Reasons to adopt ebXML MS specification
-This project recognized that ebXML will become an international standard.
-GCI (Global Commerce Initiative) announced that GCI will adopt ebXML
(5) Scope of adoption of MS specification in this system
-This system avoided vague part of MS specification V1.0. As a result, this
system adopted same parts that is equivalent to  Core Extension of ebXML MS
V2.0. The engineer of NEC corporation says it is appropriate that the MS
V2.0 specification is divided to Core Extension and Options.
-Adopted asynchronous communication method to have flexibility of messaging
-Devised and designed error handling procedures about errors of payloads.
(6) Next step
-Studying to upgrade to MS V2.0.
-Studying to adopt CPA. Because there is close relationship between MS
specification and CPPA specification.
But the designer is thinking that there is no need to adopt CPP, because
they know all companies very much each other. This system will develop one
common CPA in these EDI system.
(7) This system is actually operating now as real business. This system has
started real operation from November 2001. This system is the first case
that adopted ebXML MS specification to real business in Japan and in Asia

Does anyone has some information about following point?
-Is this system the first case that adopted MS specification to real
business in the world?
-If anyone has some information that some companies or industries adopted MS
specification in real business in West countries, please let me know.
-If anyone has information about these, please let me know.

Best Regards,
Yukinori Saito
Yukinori Saito
Electronic Commerce Promotion Council of Japan (ECOM)
E-mail: y-saito@ecom.jp
Tel: +81-3-3436-7542    Fax: +81-3-3436-7570

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