OASIS ebXML Business Process TC Public Documents

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OASIS ebXML Business Process TC   (Showing 10 of 644)
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James Bryce Clark
2014-02-28
Request to submit ebXML specifications to ISO TC 154 for approval as an ISO standard, updating ISO 15000:2004, parts 1-4.
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Asuman Dogac
2009-09-09
Dear Colleagues, within the scope of iSURF (ICT-213031), we have expressed CPFR definitions in machine processable language, namely, in OASIS ebXML Business Process specification language. One of the aims of iSURF project is to create a Service Oriented Supply Chain Collaboration environment to coordinate collaborative planning process. To enable this, we decided to create the building blocks of collaborative planning, forecasting, and replenishment process as machine processable binary collaboration definitions as ebBP Business Transactions. Then through the collaborative planning process design tool, the SMEs are enabled to create their n-tier planning process definition in terms of these predefined binary collaborations, and the machine processable planning process definition are produced as an ebBP process definition. Enclosed please a sample ebBP CPFR definition. Please note that: "CPFR(r) is a registered trademark of the Voluntary Interindustry Commerce Solutions (VICS) association. The term "CPFR(r)" is not be used in any format without written permission from VICS. For more information on VICS and CPFR(r), visit www.vics.org" I thought it might be good to inform OASIS ebBP community about this activity. I am at your disposal for any further information that you might need. Asuman Dogac
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Asuman Dogac
2009-09-09
Dear Colleagues, Within the scope of iSURF (IST-213031), we have expressed CPFR definitions in machine processable language, namely, in OASS ebXML Business Process specification language. One of the aims of iSURF project is to create a Service Oriented Supply Chain Collaboration environment to coordinate collaborative planning process. To enable this, we decided to create the building blocks of collaborative planning, forecasting,and replenishment process as machine processable binary collaboration definitions as ebBP Business Transactions. Then through the collaborative planning process design tool, the SMEs are enabled to create their n-tier planning process definition in terms of these predefined binary collaborations, and the machine processable planning process definition are produced as an ebBP process definition. Enclosed please find a document presenting how such ebBP definitions are modeled. I will also send a sample ebBP CPFR definition. We have communicated with CPFR community, they have presented that as long as, the following statement is presented, there is no obstacle for making these documents public: "CPFR(r) is a registered trademark of the Voluntary Interindustry Commerce Solutions (VICS) association. The term "CPFR(r)" is not be used in any format without written permission from VICS. For more information on VICS and CPFR(r), visit www.vics.org" This statement is already available in the document enclosed. I thought it might be good to inform OASIS ebBP community about this activity. I am at your disposal for any further information that you might need. Best Regards, Asuman Dogac
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Dale Moberg
2007-11-07
White paper discussing use of ebBP/BPSS and CPPA within OOI, a highly distributed event/message distribution environment for use in oceanography.
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Dale Moberg
2007-10-15
Attached please find presentations on ebXML ebBP and CPPA technologies to be given October 18, 2007 for agreement based service management in a highly distributed event publication environment, NSFs Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI). http://ceoa.ucsd.edu/docs/Morris_2007.pdf
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Dale Moberg
2007-10-09
ebCPPA example for negotiation Using ebBP v2.0.2
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Monica Martin
2007-09-05
Working sample draft for BPDM mapping, transformations and use of existing, readily availble XML tooling Date: August 2007
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Monica Martin
2007-09-04
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Monica Martin
2007-08-27
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Monica Martin
2007-08-06