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Subject: [ubl-lcsc] [Fwd: RE: CIQ and UBL]

Some feedback from the OASIS CIQ group.  For discussion at Tuesday's 

-------- Original Message -------

Tim and Jon

Our CIQ team has had a look at your latest Library release.
Though our team does not have enough experience in the areas covered
by this first release of the libraries, we strongly believe that it appears
to be
a pretty good effort in a short span of time.  The assumptions you have
made while developing the standard is agreeable and makes sense.

The common question that has been raised by our team is how well have the
developed libraries been tested. What is the planned process to test this?
Do you have a set of real users who will be testing these libraries?

The CIQ team also believes that there are overlaps between what CIQ is
doing (eg. international name and address definition) and what the UBL
team has come up with to represent customer centric data. This is where
we see how CIQ definitions for customer information can be re-used by the
UBL team.

The Election and Voting services TC of OASIS have done the same by reusing
CIQ schemas for representing customer information.

Looking forward to hearing from you

With kind regards

Ram Kumar

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tim McGrath [mailto:tmcgrath@portcomm.com.au]
> Sent: Saturday, 9 February 2002 11:02 AM
> To: jon.bosak@sun.com
> Cc: rkumar@msi.com.au
> Subject: Re: CIQ and UBL
> as a follow up on this,  the Libraryr Content team are currently
> reviewing our first set of entity definitions (BIEs in ebXML
> talk). the
> structure we are using as our test case is the concept of
> 'Party', which
> (deliberately) covers the scope of the CIQ work.
> we should be able to pass this on to the CIQ team
> (informally) sometime
> before the end of February.  This may prepare them for the full PO
> document when  it arrives.  As our work is based on the xCBL
> 3.0 there
> will be plenty of things we shall need to work out with CIQ
> before we go
> for the first full document.
> Jon Bosak wrote:
> >Hello Ram,
> >
> >You'll recall that we decided to have the CIQ TC review the UBL
> >address spec as soon as it was ready for a first exposure.  The
> >UBL Library Content SC is aiming to have the first draft of
> >Purchase Order out for review on 3/11.  We're trying to coordinate
> >the initial reviews around that date, and of course CIQ should be
> >one of the more important ones.  Do you think that your TC can be
> >ready to accept the P.O. schema at that time and get comments back
> >into the UBL TC by the end of March?
> >
> >Forgive me if this duplicates communications you may be having
> >with Tim McGrath -- I'm trying to prepare for review scheduling
> >next week.
> >
> >Best regards,
> >
> >Jon
> >
> >.
> >
> --
> regards
> tim mcgrath
> fremantle  western australia 6160
> phone: +618 93352228  fax: +618 93352142


tim mcgrath
fremantle  western australia 6160
phone: +618 93352228  fax: +618 93352142 

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