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Subject: FW: ACORD Document Repository Interface (DRI) Reference Guide
Hi All, I received the attached document from ACORD. I've also requested some of the additional technical documentation that is listed in the spec. such as RepositoryOperationRq-template_v-1-0-0.xml RepositoryOperationRs-template_v-1-0-0.xml Acord-Repository_v-1-0-0.xsd DRI Implementation Guide The spec also reference the ACORD Message Service, which you can download directly from the ACORD web site at www.acord.org. I got it by going to the Download Standards section and then inside of the Re-insurance standards. You have to enter in some information before it will give you the download. I think it would be cool if we could show that there is a way that the reg/rep could be used for these purposes without a lot of additional work. Just an idea. pk -----Original Message----- From: Cayron, Serge [mailto:Scayron@acord.org] Sent: Wednesday, August 04, 2004 12:52 PM To: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com Cc: Maggy.Leon@guycarp.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; Chumbley, Lloyd; Michael.J.Smith@lloyds.com; email@example.com; Van Keulen, Rien Subject: RE: Repository Interop Project question Peter, Marc, You recently queried the applicability/interoperability of ebXML Registry in relation to the ACORD Document Repository Standard (DRI). I am attaching the DRI Reference guide, part of a documentation package officially approved in June. ACORD will welcome your comments and views on this subject. Serge Cayron - ACORD tel/fax: +32 10 41 92 58 www.acord.org Is your company positioned for change? Standards are the solution! At the 2004 Insurance Standards Leadership Forum, "Leveraging Standards To Drive Change" --Thursday September 30th 2004 at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City -- co-produced by ACORD and Insurance & Technology, you will learn from some of the industry's leading authorities how standards are being incorporated into winning companies' approaches to a range of major challenges, including regulatory compliance, M&As and growth strategies, sourcing/partner options including outsourcing, and customer/distributor retention initiatives. Visit the ISL website for more details -----Original Message----- From: Maggy.Leon@guycarp.com [mailto:Maggy.Leon@guycarp.com] Sent: vendredi 30 juillet 2004 14:06 To: Cayron, Serge; firstname.lastname@example.org; Chumbley, Lloyd Subject: Fw: Repository Interop Project question Please read below Maggy ----- Forwarded by Maggy Leon/NYC/GUYCARP on 07/30/2004 07:56 AM ----- Peter Kacandes <email@example.com To: Michael.J.Smith@lloyds.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, om> email@example.com cc: firstname.lastname@example.org 07/29/2004 05:55 Subject: Repository Interop Project question PM Hello, I recently came across the repository interop pilot project information when I saw it mentioned in the ACORD newsletter that I received today. I was curious to know if there was any consideration given to the OASIS ebXML Registry/Repository standard. The reason I ask is that it seems, based on the info in the presentation that I downloaded, that it has features that address all of the requirements discussed. Also, is there any intention as part of the pilot project to demonstrate interoperability with existing standards such as the OASIS Reg/Rep? So, for example, if somebody had implemented an internal repository based on the Reg/Rep, could they demo interop with the ACORD standard as part of the pilot? Thanks in advance for any info. Much appreciated. cheers Peter Kacandes Adobe Systems Inc.
DRI Reference Guide-v-1-0-0.pdf