Subject: RE: [wsbpel-uc] Conf Call today at 4 PM ET / 1 PM PT
From: "John Evdemon" <email@example.com>
To: "Diane Jordan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>,"Monica Martin" <email@example.com>,<firstname.lastname@example.org>,"bpel usecase" <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2003 11:13:15 -0700
I am in agreement with you all – we should
not just be looking at B2B. We do, however, have to start
Given the interest in abstract processes,
B2B seemed to be an ideal starting point. Simpl-eb appears to provide the
best (e.g. most “implementable”) reference - especially given UCC’s
Implementation Guide (thanks again to Rajesh for the submission. If BPEL
The Use Case subgroup does not intend to
focus on granular technical issues – we are more interested in looking at
real-world/standardized processes and drilling them down into manageable use
cases that can be represented using BPEL. Granular technical issues are
handled by the Issues subgroup.
If you know of any standardized EAI
scenarios/processes we should take a look at I would love to hear about it.
There may be some things at OMG we can look at, but they may be more technical
than process oriented. (BTW: I’ve always thought of EAI as a subset
of B2B anyway –the private portion of a public B2B process).
From: Diane Jordan
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2003 To: bpel usecase Subject: Re: [wsbpel-uc] Conf Call
today at ET / PT
I agree with Monica that it would be good to have some
scenarios that illustrate usage other than B to B - perhaps enterprise
Regards, Diane IBM Dynamic e-business
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To: John Evdemon
Subject: Re: [wsbpel-uc] Conf
Call today at ET / PT
John Evdemon wrote:
>This is a quick reminder about our conf call today at ET / PT.
>Here is the call-in information:
>Toll-Free (US and Canada):
+1 866 500 6738
>Toll: +1 203 480 8000
>Here is a quick agenda for today's discussion:
>1. Discussion of Sally's template (UC Template is attached - the website
>appears to still be down)
mm1: I have provided comments to Sally.
>2. Usage scenario guidelines and catalogue (see attached docs from
>3. Discussion/selection of initial usage scenario - I would like us to
>prep a nomination to the TC
mm1: On items #2 and #3, the catalog appears to largely concentrate on
B2B. Should we not approach this from a broader scope that also
includes the enterprise, as we develop the usage scenarios and use
cases? In addition, the addition of legal entity language seems
premature, as we have acknowledge this is possibly an area outside of
the scope of BPEL.