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Subject: Re: [regrep] FW: ebXML Registry and Repository


If you wait 6 weeks - we are currently developing something for this that
be public domain.

I think that is your best option.  You are right - this is not a simple
item -
but very complicated to get right.

What we are developing will work with the Hermes ebMS and ebRR components.

If you want to buy something now - then you should look at
- there is a directory there - and I beleive Webswell and ebXMLsoft may have
something to consider.

Thanks, DW
Quoting "Breininger, Kathryn R" <kathryn.r.breininger@boeing.com>:

> Monica, Duane, Dale, and Registry TC,
> Mr. Rzepczyk has some questions related to implementation of an ebXML
> Registry to store CPPs as well as business process models and schemas.
> Could one (or more) of you help him with his questions?
> Thanks,
> Kathryn
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Lisa Carnahan [mailto:lisa.carnahan@nist.gov]
> Sent: Wednesday, August 18, 2004 11:58 AM
> To: Breininger, Kathryn R
> Cc: Damian.Rzepczyk@comarch.pl
> Subject: Fwd: ebXML Registry and Repository
> Hi Kathryn,
> Hope all is well with you.
> The gentleman below has questions regarding implementation of ebXML RIM
> and Services.  If there is an OASIS email list for such questions, could
> you please forward?  If not, should I forward to the regular ebXML TC
> list?
> regards,
> --lisa
> X-Sieve: CMU Sieve 2.2
> From: "Damian Rzepczyk" <Damian.Rzepczyk@comarch.pl>
> To: <lisa.carnahan@nist.gov>
> Subject: ebXML Registry and Repository
> Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2004 09:56:42 +0200
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> X-MailScanner-From: damian.rzepczyk@comarch.pl
> Hi
> My name is Damian Rzepczyk and I live in Poland.
> I got your email address from www.ebxml.org from document ebXML Registry
> Information Model v2.0. (ebRIM.pdf).
> There is written you are Team Leader. That's why I decide to write to
> you.
> Now I am working in project connected to ebXML. We want to build ebXML
> Registry and Repository to store:
> - business process models
> - electronic documents schema
> - Collaboration Protocol Profile CPP
> My task is to design how to store the CPP i our Repository.
> So I would ask you some questions.
> One party of this project is GUI WWW interface.
> We would like to build interface which allow user to enter and edit
> CPP in the web browser (for example MS Internet Explorer).
> The problem is that we don't know how to do web page that allow enter
> and edit CPP. We don't know how to organize that.
> After review the ebXML Collaboration Protocol Profile and Agreement v
> 2.0 we wonder if build Web CPP editor is possible. There are many
> optional tags in CPP, some tags can appear zero or more times.
> Do you know some tools for editing CPP?
> Do you have any idea how CPP editor could look like?
> The other thing I would like to ask is who creates CPP? I mean which
> person in the enterprise? If the main manager could create CPP for him
> enterprise? Could main manager know things which must be entered to
> CPP? Or that should be person who know software and hardware in the
> enterprise? For example software engineer, which knows
> TransportProtocol, EndPoint, Security, etc.
> I asking that question because we would like to create some online
> help for our CPP editor and we would like know how to explain thing
> for end user.
> The next question is how store CPP in SQL database.
> There are 2 solutions:
> 1. Store whole CPP XML file in one column in table.
> 2. Divide the CPP on tags, and store CPP in few tables. For example
> divide CPP on PartyInfo, SimplePart, Packaking, Signature. Then divide
> PartyInfo, divide SimplePart, and so on.
> Could you tell me which solutions is better?
> The 1 is very easy for implement. But later is more dificult to edit
> that CPP in web browser. The searching is more difficult, too. For
> example how to find CPP which have tp:partyName == "Acme"? For all CPPs
> stored in repository, parse CPP and check if tag tp:partyName == "Acme"?
> The 2 is very complex. But later is easier to do editor in web browser.
> And searching is easier (SELECT * FROM PartyInfo WHERE partyName =
> "ACME" ).
> One more issue. What if the one client digitaly sign CPP, and put
> signature to CPP XML in tag tp:Signature. Then client put CPP in our
> repository. We divide it and put all values to tables. When second
> client want to download the first client CPP, we will get values from
> tables, and put to XML. But then the signature won't meet the CPP XML
> file :(
> So if I think properly, we must not divide signed CPP? If we get signded
> CPP we must store it in one field in table?
> Could you help us, and tell us what you think?
> Or could you pick the person which can answer my questions?
> Best regards:)
> Damian Rzepczyk

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Farrukh Najmi" <Farrukh.Najmi@Sun.COM>
To: "ebXML Regrep (ebXML Regrep)" <regrep@lists.oasis-open.org>
Cc: <dmoberg@cyclonecommerce.com>; <Damian.Rzepczyk@comarch.pl>
Sent: Saturday, August 21, 2004 12:03 AM
Subject: Re: [regrep] FW: ebXML Registry and Repository

> I have moved this thread to ebxml-dev list which is more appropriate. I
> have also given a partial response at that list.
> It would be good if someone from CPP/A team could answer his questions
> on CPP/A Editor. Thanks.
> -- 
> Regards,
> Farrukh
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