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Subject: RE: Release of Functional Elements Compliant Reference Implementation by SIMTech


Just wanted to send you my contact information.  As Jamie mentioned in
his e-mail to you, I am the person at OASIS leading the work on testing
(conformance or interoperability) and training programs.

If there is interest in discussing or pursuing such programs, then let's
set up some time to discuss.


Andy Moir
Director, Business Development
412-213-0338 Work
978-761-1648 Cell (New #)

-----Original Message-----
From: Lee Eng Wah, Dr [mailto:ewlee@SIMTech.a-star.edu.sg] 
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2005 8:50 PM
To: James Bryce Clark; fwsi@lists.oasis-open.org
Cc: Tan Puay Siew; andy.moir@oasis-open.org;
Subject: RE: Release of Functional Elements Compliant Reference
Implementation by SIMTech

Greetings Jamie,

Thanks for your enlightening comments and I think it is appropriate we
at SIMTech review the designation; and proposed to the TC accordingly.

Eng Wah

-----Original Message-----
From: James Bryce Clark [mailto:jamie.clark@oasis-open.org] 
Sent: Friday, 18 March, 2005 5:49 AM
To: fwsi@lists.oasis-open.org
Cc: Tan Puay Siew; Lee Eng Wah, Dr; andy.moir@oasis-open.org;
Subject: Re: Release of Functional Elements Compliant Reference
Implementation by SIMTech

     Thank you for this notice.  Congratulations to the TC and SIMTech
this achievement, and on the continuing maturity of the specification
surrounding work.  As I've discussed with some, we hope to see the TC
this specification into an official public review to obtain additional 
     I do want to caution you about having the TC officially use the
"reference implementation".  At OASIS we generally do not officially
such a designation, because it may be taken to mean both that a specific

implementation is itself fully conformant, and is a baseline for
that other users should employ to determine conformance.
     Of course, we *do* support (and strongly encourage) work to support

conformance and interoperability for adopted specifications.  I have no 
doubt that the SIMTech work will be highly relevant to this.  However,
OASIS we use some specific methods intended to give meaning to
claims.  I am copying my colleague Andy Moir here, who is responsible
our adoption services programs and can provide more information about 
this.   Of course, SimTECH is welcome to make whatever representations 
about the functionality of its software or materials that it  wishes;
concerns at OASIS are limited to when a body makes assertions
about an OASIS approved specification.
     I have joined the SimTECH site login, and now am reviewing the work

there with great interest.   While I have not read the entire suite yet,
first read I am very impressed with the effort and results 
achieved.   Again, congratulations.  FWSI TC has continued productively
build very useful and interesting practical work;  the support and 
implementation supplied by JSSL is admirable and tremendously 
appreciated.  We wish you the best of success with your upcoming meeting
     Regards  JBC

~   James Bryce Clark
~   Director, Standards Development, OASIS
~   jamie.clark@oasis-open.org

At 08:57 PM 3/16/2005, Tan Puay Siew wrote:
>Hi All
>SIMTech is please to announce that a Reference Implementation that is
>compliant to the Functional Elements Specification version 1.0
>Specifications of FWSI TC) has been released on 16 March 2005. The name
>this reference implementation is Web Services Component Suite (WSCS).
>information and downloads are available at http://www.jssl.org.
>~Puay Siew~
>Web Services Programme (formerly JSSL)
>Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech) 

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