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Subject: Re: [regrep] UDDI as the registry for ebXML components: Typo?

[Kathryn, please note motion below]


I completely agree. I hereby make a motion to for our TC chair to raise
this issue with the UDDI TC chairs, asking them to please remove these
references from the UDDI TN. If anyone does NOT support this motion,
please voice it now.


David RR Webber - XML ebusiness wrote:
> Joe,
> I'm not sure it is.  Clearly a BPSS can reference a WSDL component.
> Likewise a CPPA can reference a WSDL component.
> Its misleading to infer that ebXML and WS are an either/or selection
> or that there is some significant barrier to using them in tandem.
> The clear OASIS message that the JMT is furthering is that OASIS
> standards interoperate and therefore to infer otherwise is to
> misrepresent.  We should not have OASIS TC's stating
> that their stuff infers in some way that there is a significant overhead
> associated from using other OASIS components with them.
> Also - one TC should not be trying to impose a role or a model
> on other TC's - that's for the individual TC to manage - so a simple
> reference is preferred such as - "for details on using ebXML Registry
> in this role - see the OASIS ebXML Registry TC resource site".
> If a TC feels there is technical reasons that need resolved, then
> they should be raising this appropriately and then OASIS as a
> whole can work on resolving those thru clarifications of the
> architecture and roles.
> Thanks, DW.
> =========================================================
> Message text written by "Chiusano Joseph"
> >
> <Quote1>
> My interpretation of the paragraph is "ebXML services and Web services",
> where "ebXML services" = services that communicate using the ebXML
> infrastructure (ebMS and possibly CPPA and BPSS), and "Web services" =
> services that communicate using the SOAP/WSDL infrastructure.
> </Quote1>
> That's a fair interpretation, I believe. In light of that, I'll restate
> the quote from the UDDI TN:
> <
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