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Subject: Re: [regrep] Lightning round ppt question

Diego Ballve wrote:

>Breininger, Kathryn R wrote:
>>The graphic in the ppt may not be representing the whole picture as well
>>as it should.  The references to services in the diagram may imply to
>>folks that the registry is only for registering services, missing the
>>rich capability to register any type of asset, including services.
>>Perhaps we should use a higher level graphic?  Would it be better to use
>>Figure 1 from the RS, which shows a simplified view of ebXML Registry
>I don't think so. We already describe the parts (as features) in slide
>4. Given the limited number of slides, I find a picture telling "what is
>it for" more appealing than "how is it organized". I think if the
>audience gets interested in the business value of regrep they will
>search and find more about the architecture.

The registry does the following 3 core things for any type of artifact:


-Governance / Management


Here are some end user use cases that we should try and capture in the 

-Web Service Artifcats (WSDL, XML Schema) Publish, Governance and Discovery

-ebXML Core Components Publish, Governance and Discovery

-WSRP Artifacts (Portlet and Producer Services Descriptions) Publish, 
Governance and Discovery

-Publish, Governance and Discovery of eForms and their data

-Operational data store for web services (run time usage by a web 
service to store/discover its application specific content)

Now if the picture could show the above artifacts in the registry and 
arrows from those artifacts to a box showing the use case that would be 
For example, one could show a Core Component Assembly tool as a box and 
show it connected to a CC box inside registry. Hope this gets the idea 
across. Diego, is this what you had in mind?


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