ebXML Simplified: A Guide to the New Standard for Global E by Eric Chiu

By Eric Chiu

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The XML message is converted to a middleware request, and the results are converted back to XML. The complex 39 programming and processing are hidden behind the simple facade of a manageable Web server. WHERE WEB SERVICES IS FINDING APPLICATIONS According to a recent Jupiter survey, 53 percent of companies that plan to deploy Web services will do so to interact with existing suppliers and partners. S. companies will use Web services technology in the next year to discover and interact with new partners.

DTDs give document designers control over both the structure of document elements and the rules that elements and attributes must follow. This allows designers to create DTDs for different applications, including supply management systems and database integration tools. As DTDs grow larger and more complex, it makes sense to break them into smaller chunks. Developers fragment DTDs to allow reuse of smaller portions, to make the DTD easier to manage and work with, or to divide responsibility among a number of users.

XML is part of a larger paradigm of Internet documents where XML serves as the foundation. This document paradigm includes related domain-specific standards, such as ebXML for B2B e-commerce and supply chain management, Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) for Web services, and so on. This paradigm also includes generic technical standards such as hypertext links (XLink) and page layout (XSL). 3 shows the architecture of XML with these related standards. This is a modular design that allows us a choice of what to use for a particular application.

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