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1 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 1 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects Standards and XML Resources Reference Section 21 Copyright © 2002 by Corvelle Management Consultants

2 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 2 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects BizTalk r BizTalk is an industry initiative started by Microsoft and supported by a wide range of organizations. r BizTalk is not a standards body, but a community of standards users, with the goal of driving the rapid, consistent adoption of XML to enable electronic commerce and application integration. r BizTalk is defining the BizTalk Framework, a set of guidelines for how to publish schemas in XML and how to use XML messages to easily integrate software programs together in order to build rich new solutions. r Further reference at BizTalk: –www.biztalk.org

3 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 3 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects Commerce Extensible Markup Language cXML r Commerce XML (cXML) is an open Internet-based standard for e-commerce. cXML provides an infrastructure that will streamline the process of digitally exchanging catalog content and transactions in a secure manner. r cXML supports all supplier content and catalog models, including buyer-managed, supplier-managed, content management services, electronic marketplaces, and web-based sourcing organizations. r cXML is based on the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C's) XML standard with its associated request/response processes. r Further reference at Ariba: –www.ariba.com

4 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 4 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects Common Business Language xCBL r xCBL is the result of extensive collaboration between Commerce One and the leading XML standards bodies, e- commerce enterprises, and hardware and software vendors, as well as analysis of existing e-commerce standards including Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), RosettaNet, and Open Buying on the Internet (OBI). r Industry leaders Compaq, Microsoft, SAPMarkets, and Sun Microsystems are leveraging xCBL 3.0 as a key standard in the development and delivery of business-to-business solutions. r Further reference at xCBL: –www.xcbl.org/index.html

5 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 5 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects Electronic Business XML ebXML r The United Nations body for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business (UN/CEFACT) and the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS) have joined forces to initiate a worldwide project to standardize XML business specifications. r UN/CEFACT and OASIS have established the Electronic Business XML initiative to develop a technical framework that will enable XML to be utilized in a consistent manner for the exchange of all electronic business data. r A primary objective of ebXML is to lower the barrier of entry to electronic business in order to facilitate trade, particularly with respect to small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and developing nations.

6 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 6 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects ebXML References r Further reference at the Electronic Business XML: –www.ebxml.org/geninfo.htm#what r Accredited Standards Committee X12 - EDI –www.x12.org r UN/EDIFACT Working Group –www.edifact-wg.org

7 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 7 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects Open Applications Group r The Open Applications Group is a non-profit consortium focusing on best practices and process based XML content for eBusiness and Application Integration. r It is the largest publisher of XML based content for business software interoperability in the world. r Open Applications Group, Inc. members have: –extensive experience in building this industry consensus based framework for business software application interoperability –have developed a repeatable process for quickly developing high quality business content and XML representations of that content. r Further reference at: –www.openapplications.org Open Applications Group

8 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 8 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects Open Buying on the Internet OBI r The OBI standard is an open, flexible framework for business-to-business Internet commerce solutions. r The initial focus of OBI is on automating the high-volume, low- dollar transactions between trading partners that account for 80% of most organizations purchasing activities. r Further reference at the OBI Consortium: –www.openbuy.org/obi/specs/

9 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 9 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects Rosettanet r RosettaNet is building a master dictionary to define properties for products, partners, and business transactions for the Electronic Components (EC) and Information Technology (IT) industries. r This master dictionary, coupled with an established implementation framework (exchange protocols), is used to support the eBusiness dialog known as the Partner Interface Process or PIP. r RosettaNet PIPs create new areas of alignment within the overall EC and IT supply-chains, allowing EC and IT partners to scale eBusiness, and to fully leverage Ecom applications and the Internet as a business-to-business commerce tool. r Further reference at RosettaNet: –www.rosettanet.org/general/index_general.html

10 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 10 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects Universal Business Language UBL r Avert a crisis in electronic business caused by competing XML business-to-business document standards. r Create a new "Universal Business Language" that will be a synthesis of existing XML business document libraries. r Begin with xCBL 3.0 as the starting point. r Develop the standard UBL library by mutually agreed-upon changes to xCBL 3.0 based on industry experience with other XML business libraries and with similar technologies such as Electronic Data Interchange. r Universal Business Language, backed by technology vendors SAP AG, Sun Microsystems Inc. and Commerce One Inc. –www.oasis-open.org/committees/ubl/

11 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 11 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) standard r The UDDI standard creates a platform-independent, open framework for describing services, discovering businesses, and integrating business services using the Internet. r The UDDI standard takes advantage of World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) standards. r The UDDI standard is the building block that will enable businesses to quickly, easily and dynamically find and transact with one another using their preferred applications. r Further reference at UDDI: –www.uddi.org/about.html –uddi.microsoft.com/default.aspx Huge vendor member list

12 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 12 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects Business Internet Consortium BIC r The Business Internet Consortium will help to accelerate the adoption and deployment of next generation e-Business solutions by: –providing a forum for customer input –forming workgroups to tackle critical issues –recommending architectural direction –providing standards and technology recommendations –proposing best practices r Further reference at BIC: –www.businessinternetconsortium.org

13 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 13 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects Business Process Management Initiative (BPMI) r BPMI is a non-profit organization that empowers companies to develop and operate business processes that span multiple applications and business partners, behind the firewall and over the Internet. r The Initiative's mission is to promote and develop the use of Business Process Management (BPM) through the establishment of standards for process design, deployment, execution, maintenance, and optimization. r BPMI.org develops open specifications, assists IT vendors for marketing their implementations, and supports businesses for using Business Process Management technologies. r Further reference at BPMI: –www.bpmi.org/index.esp Huge vendor & consultant member list

14 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 14 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects Global Commerce Initiative GCI r Improve the performance of the international supply chain for consumer goods through the collaborative development and endorsement of recommended standards and key business processes. r Facilitate and encourage the best possible input on business processes and standards so existing standards bodies can work internationally with confidence. r Further reference at GCI: –www.globalcommerceinitiative.org

15 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 15 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects XML Resource Sites - 1 r BizTalk –www.biztalk.org/BizTalk/default.asp r Oracle Technology Network –otn.oracle.com r Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards - OASIS –www.oasis-open.org r PPDM Association –www.ppdm.org r POSC - XML Patterns and Objects –www.posc.org/ebiz –www.posc.org/ebiz/pefxml/patternsobjects.html

16 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 16 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects XML Resource Sites - 2 r ServerSide –www.theserverside.com r World Wide Web Consortium –www.w3.org/XML r XML.COM –www.xml.com r XML.ORG –www.xml.org r XML:DB Initiative –www.xmldb.org

17 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 17 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects XML Resource Sites - 3 r XML Magazine –www.xmlmag.com r XML One Conference –www.xmlconference.com/xmlusa r XMLIS –www.xmlis.com r XML Technologies - XML schema tutorial –www.xfront.com r XML World –www.xmlworld.com xFront.com

18 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 18 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects XML Bibliography r Microsoft - A Beginner's Guide to the XML DOM –msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/nhp/Default.asp?cont entid= r What is XML? –www.gca.org/whats_xml/default.htm –www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Peaks/5957/xml.html r XML and the Second-Generation Web –by Jon Bosak and Tim Bray –www.sciam.com/1999/0599issue/0599bosak.html r XML in 10 points –www.w3.org/XML/1999/XML-in-10-points

19 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 19 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects XML Software Web URLs - 1 r InfoGlide - XML Similarity Engine –www.infoglide.com/market.html r Iona - iPortal XMLBus –www.iona.com r Microsoft - BizTalk Server –www.microsoft.com/biztalk/evaluation/features/default.asp r Oracle - Jdeveloper –technet.oracle.com/products/jdev/content.html r Open EB XML - ebXML GUI workbench –www.openebxml.org r Republica - X-Fetch Suite –www.x-fetch.com

20 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 20 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects XML Software Web URLs - 2 r Sequoia Software - XPS - XML-powered e-business portal software –www.sequoiasoftware.com r Software AG - Tamino XML Platform –www.softwareag.com r Xcelerate –www.xcelerate.com r XML Solutions - EDI to XML translator –acquired by Vitria Technology –www.xmls.com r XML Global –www.xmlglobal.com

21 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 21 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects Components of Browser Compatibility - 1 r HTML 4 - HyperText Markup Language –defines the structure and layout of web documents using a variety of tags and attributes – many tags and attributes –version 4 makes changes to elements, Tables and Forms –www.w3.org r CSS - Cascading Style Sheet –style sheets contain values for parameters that define layout of a page –cascading refers to the fact that several style sheets can be applied to web document in a pre-defined sequence –can be used with HTML unlike XSL –www.w3.org/Style/CSS

22 File: ebusiness_ref.PPT 22 Yogi Schulz e-Business Projects Components of Browser Compatibility - 2 r ECMAScript –ECMA - Standardizing Information and Communication Systems –dynamic scripting language standard –closely related to JavaScript –www.ecma.ch r DOM - Document Object Model –standard API for manipulating content, structure and style of documents –www.w3.org/DOM –www.oasis-open.org/cover/dom.html The Web Standards Project


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