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Re: B2BXML BOF

From: Barbara <bp4311@pyramid3.net>
Date: Mon, 08 May 2000 17:01:24 -0500
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> B2BXML BOF
>
> From: Michael Condry (Michael.Condry@eng.sun.com)
> Date: Thu, Mar 02 2000
>
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> Date: Thu, 2 Mar 2000 12:45:33 -0800 (PST)
> From: Michael Condry <Michael.Condry@eng.sun.com>
> To: xml-dist-app@w3.org, ebxml-transport@lists.oasis-open.org
> Cc: xml-interest@netscape.com, ebxml-architecture@lists.oasis-open.org
> Subject: B2BXML BOF
>
> ETF 47 BOF
>
> Description: Recently many companies see advantages in using XML to
> represent data for web-based information exchanges, such as in
> Business-to-Business (B2B) communications.  Strategies to address this
> are evolving, expoliting different technologies such as SOAP; however, the
> problem specification and protocol requirements need to be clarified by the
> IETF community before solutions are considered. This BOF discusses the problem
> space for B2B XML communications in order to determine the problem area
> requirements.  We will examine existing B2B approaches to ensure that
> the problem space is well defined.
>
> Our goal will result in a charter to formulate suitable requirements
> for this space and potentially endorce solutions that support these
> requirements.
>
> Agenda: The main objective of the agenda is to detail the problem space
> requirements for application level communication strategies using
> XML encoded data. The Agenda items are:
>
> a. Problem Space Examples - examples such as order-requests and
>         directory updates. Examples will point out the expected usage
>         characteristics of this protocol and greatly assist in
>         formulating the problem requirements.
> b. Problem Scope description - discussion of the problem space in general.
> c. HTTP and firewall issues - the web uses HTTP; it is widely prevalent and is
>         generally used to penetrate firewalls. Is this the correct transport
>         to get through firewalls; are there other transport issues that
>         need consideration?
> d. Protocol options - what protocol characteristics are suitable for
>         the situations to be addressed. RPC may be best to endorse
>         the operations paradigm or possibly a messaging strategy might be
>         needed.
> e. Characteristics of the solution: Enumerating attributes that will probably
>         be scooped out in any requirement document: Platforms, performance,
>         codeside, adminstation/updates, bandwidth, packet size, security,
>         handling failed message delivery, etc. Note these characteristics
>         point out security issues and administration/maintenance
>         issues.
> f. Strategies for addressing this problem space. Review how
>         solution strategies such as SOAP and other approaches
>         address the issues enumerated in this problem space.
> g. Charter discussion and project milestones.
> h. Open mike.
>
> Full Name: Business to Business XML Data Communication Strategies
>
> Chair: Michael W. Condry
>
> Acronym: b2bxml
>
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