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Subject: Re: [ubl] Minutes of Pacific UBL TC call 18|19 April 2005


More news of an exciting implementation in Sweden (as 
mentioned in the TC call - see below):

Martin Forsberg has sent me a link to the website 
for this project
and the English language page is at

He will kindly send more information in due course.

('SWE-Invoice' is short for 'Swedish Invoice' which in Swedish
is 'Svefaktura'.)

At first glance this is a kind of customisation based 
on the 'tc' version of the UBL 1.0 Invoice.

It has a simple subset very similar in content to the 
SBS which implementations have to support as
a minimum (similar concept to the SBS). The difference
is in the use of a separate, customised Schema and
namespace which partly extends the UBL invoice.
Then there is a more sophisticated but still customised
superset Schema.

The element names are kept the same but the types are
customised, which makes the instances close to the
uncustomised instances. UDT's etc are kept the same.

The interest has been strong in this project in Sweden
I hear.

Martin asks that any questions be sent to himself 
at martin.forsberg@amnis.se or
better still to tekniskt.kansli@skl.se , an address
monitored by several in the project's TC.

Many thanks to Martin for informing us of this. I hope
we shall consider this further in the SBSC.

All the best

Stephen Green

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <jon.bosak@sun.com>
To: <ubl@lists.oasis-open.org>
Sent: Tuesday, April 19, 2005 4:07 AM
Subject: [ubl] Minutes of Pacific UBL TC call 18|19 April 2005

> 00H30 - 02H30 UTC TUESDAY 19 APRIL 2005


>       StephenG: Attended the meeting in Paris Friday.  Learned
>       that Sweden has a major implementation of UBL Invoice in the
>       works, similar in scope to the Danish effort but apparently
>       independent of that.  Sweden has been working mainly with
>       small businesses and is interested in joining the SBSC.  The
>       Swedish approach to small businesses uses a combination of
>       an implementation guide and a subset.  They are also
>       deploying an online validator that uses ebMS over HTTP to
>       allow a message to be sent, received, validated, and then
>       responded to in a way that depends on the result of the
>       validation; this allows users to try out an ebMS
>       implementation of the Invoice online.  A lot of significant
>       parties are involved in this effort.  They will send Stephen
>       a paper on this that we can refer to.

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