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Subject: RE: OASIS Standard Submission Package for ebXML Messaging Services v3.0: Part 1, Core Features

Hi everyone,

  There was a bit of talk earlier this month about possibly postponing the
OASIS member vote for OASIS Standard due to the concern of low turn-out. As
I had mentioned to Jacques, I can pull the submission any time before the
actual ballot starts (tomorrow); once it starts there is no turning back. If
insufficient votes are cast the TC can re-submit on Sept 15 for ballot in
October; if the submission is pulled now is can go for vote in September. 



-----Original Message-----
From: Pete Wenzel [mailto:pete.wenzel@sun.com] 
Sent: Friday, July 13, 2007 8:33 PM
To: tc-admin@oasis-open.org
Cc: Ian Jones; ebxml-msg@lists.oasis-open.org; Mary McRae
Subject: OASIS Standard Submission Package for ebXML Messaging Services
v3.0: Part 1, Core Features

On behalf of the Chair and Members of the ebXML Messaging Services TC,
I present the submission package for OASIS ebXML Messaging Services
Version 3.0: Part 1, Core Features, for approval as an OASIS Standard.

A record of the decision to approve the submission of this
specification may be found at

a. Links to the approved Committee Specification:
  Specification text:

b. Editable version of the specification:

c. Certification by the TC that schema and XML instances are well
   formed, and expressions are valid:
  See Resolution recorded in 11 July 2007 TC Meeting Minutes (to be
  provided by Chair when available).

d. A clear English-language summary of the specification (from
   the specification's Abstract):
  This specification defines a communications-protocol neutral method
  for exchanging electronic business messages. It defines specific Web
  Services-based enveloping constructs supporting reliable, secure
  delivery of business information. Furthermore, the specification
  defines a flexible enveloping technique, permitting messages to
  contain payloads of any format type. This versatility ensures legacy
  electronic business systems employing traditional syntaxes (i.e.
  UN/EDIFACT, ASC X12, or HL7) can leverage the advantages of the ebXML
  infrastructure along with users of emerging technologies.

e. A statement regarding the relationship of this specification to
   similar work of other OASIS TCs or other standards developing

  This specification is the first major revision of ebXML Message
  Services since the OASIS ebMS 2.0 (April 2002).  It continues the
  use of relevant Web Services specifications, including SOAP 1.1 and
  SOAP with Attachments; and also encourages the use of and converge
  with various Web Services standards that have emerged since the
  publication of ebMS 2.0, including SOAP 1.2, Web Services Security:
  SOAP Message Security 1.0 & 1.1, WS-Reliability 1.1, WS-
  ReliableMessaging 1.1.

  It is designed to be used either with or without any of the other
  ebXML components, including ebXML Business Process Specification
  Schema (BPSS) 2.0.4 and a forthcoming version of ebXML Collaboration
  Protocol Profile and Agreement (CPP/A).

f. Statements of Use have been provided by three OASIS member companies:

g. Two Public Reviews have been held:
  12 May 2006 through 11 June 2006
  02 May 2007 through 17 May 2007
  A record of all issues logged against this specification, along with
  the disposition of each, can be found here:
  [Note that no substantive changes have been made to the
  specification since the last Public Review; see Resolution to this
  effect recorded in 11 July 2007 TC Meeting Minutes (to be provided
  by Chair when available).]

h. The 2nd Committee Specification ballot concluded on 12 July 2007,
  and the result was unanimous approval.  Results may be found at

i. This is the first attempt to standardize ebMS version 3.0.

j. The Technical Committee's publicly visible comments archive may be
  found at

k. As the CS ballot was unanimous, no Minority Reports have been

Pete Wenzel <pete.wenzel@sun.com>
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