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Thanks Joseph. That makes for interesting reading.
I have to wonder after the last fifteen years of discussing
concepts such as these, how many and what kinds of businesses
will sign up and use these technologies. As neat an idea
as it seems to be on the surface, I don't always recognize
the human layers of business, particularly optimizing by
negotiation and all that entails, in the concepts. And
without the ability to make a deal from a bet on a golf
course, I don't know how well it will work. There is more
to business than exchanging documents and the dry contracts
that must be signed before services are engaged. It will
be interesting to see who uses standards for this, and who
decides based on their experiences with CRM systems and the
like, to roll their own or to forgo these systems altogether.
Again, I've seen many a neat markup language just lay there
because the content owners weren't interested.
It will be even more interesting to look at the personalities
of those who make these choices.
From: Chiusano Joseph [mailto:email@example.com]
As many know, there has been discussion for several years on UDDI and
ebXML Registry, how they may relate, and what the future may hold for
Attached please find Booz Allen Hamilton's position paper regarding UDDI
and ebXML Registry. It is titled "UDDI and ebXML Registry: A
Co-Existence Paradigm". I am the author.