Good thoughts. The BCM team has already included CAM into their
solution set for exactly the reasons you note.
The EPR team has gone even further - and envisioning the CAM
templates themselves driving agent software that directs content
collection and workcard building - and the intriguing possibility for
this to occur on PDAs too...
There are definately large needs out there to fill and potential
for some interesting projects in the coming months.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Duane Nickull" <dnic...@adobe.com>
To: "Chiusano Joseph" <chiu...@bah.com>
Cc: "CAM" <ca...@lists.oasis-open.org>
Sent: Monday, April 12, 2004 10:22 AM
Subject: Re: [cam] Cape Clear SOA Editor - and CAM?
Perhaps BCM too? I think that ensuring the XML schemas and any other
service definitions enforce the business rules is a must have feature
for many. Most VP's don't even care that we are using XML. XML does
not by itself enforce business policies but it can be used as one of
several tools (along with CAM) to do so.
Mt $0.02 worth
Chiusano Joseph wrote:
From , focusing on reference to "customized business rules":
"Validatation of service definitions against XML schemas includes
checking for strict compliance with all WSDL and XML standards as well
as validation against customized business rules that can be added to
improve constraint checking."