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Subject: Re: [regrep] [Draft] Statement of relationship with other standards
Here is the revised text based on Monica's excellent suggestions for
your convenience. I have incorporated almost all her suggestions with
the exception of thos noted in my previous response to her message.
Please comment on this revised version that follows...
As Kathryn mentioned, in order to submit our specs for OASIS
standardization process next week we need
share comments on this thread. Thanks.
[3.] A statement regarding the relationship of this specification toThe OASIS ebXML Registry 3.0 specifications are aligned with a variety of other OASIS standards as described below. similar work of other OASIS TCs or other standards developing organizations.
Both specifications define a registry that is a web service. Both specifications define a registry that may be used as a registry for web services.
The two specifications have been independently developed and neither specifications uses the other as a dependency.
Limited similarities exist between the OASIS ebXML Registry 3.0 and OASIS UDDI 3.0.
Both specifications define a registry for web services and a registry exposed as a web service.
No explicit dependencies exist between the two OASIS specification efforts. UDDI 3.0 specifies a registry only,
while ebXML Registry 3.0 specifies both a registry and a repository. Other unique and value-added features of OASIS ebXML Registry 3.0 include:
BTW, I would like to also include features in UDDI 3.0 that are not provided by ebXML Registry 3.0. My reading of the UDDI 3.0 specs
returned no such candidate items. Paul since you are a member of UDDI TC could you take an ACTION to provide us with a list of UDDI 3.0 features
that ebXML Registry 3.0 does not support? It would be good to state the features in terms of end user relevant functionality rather than something like
"UDDI has tModels and ebXML Registry does not". Thanks in advance for your help.
-- Regards, Farrukh