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Subject: Re: [regrep] Does Registry need BusinessAnalytics/BusinessIntelligence Capabilities?
Yes I know all that - thanks. I must have asked the wrong question - what I was looking for is how BI can be utilized to an advantage with all of this. Joe David RR Webber - XML ebusiness wrote: > > Joe, > > This is ebXML 101 ; - ) > > http://www.ebxml.org/presentations/tw-gannon-ebXML_techoverview.ppt#382,11,Usage%20Example > > Figure 1 of ebXML architecture - the registry is the > center of the orchestration and how you align your process > with your partners. We have yet to deliver fully on > this - but now we have the ability to store a "set" of > - CPPA/BPSS/CAM/Industry XSDs - as a package > in the registry - and then above that provide the BCM template, > so people can clearly understand the business picture - then > they can say - "Yes - that's what I need" - download it - configure > it - and start using it. > > Similarly designers can model > - BCM/Industry/UMM/UML/BPSS/CCTS/CAM/XSD - so people > wanting that path can also register their packages. > > DW. > > http://drrw.net > =================================================== > Message text written by "Chiusano Joseph" > > > <Quote> > I've always felt that patterns of business is the right story - and of > course that is where ebXML is very strong. > </Quote> > > David, this is not disagreement but rather interest in hearing more: > Would you like to offer up a use case or two? > > Joe<
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