I fully agree. The work to define the business centric view has
started and is well on its' way as noted in my reply to David.
However, the FSV has to support the BOV as per the architecture.
Architecture maps the business requirements to a functional set of
The work I am doing is a forensic analysis of the FSV components (CPP,
CPA, BP*, CCTS, MSG, REGREP etc.) and has already yielded many
Yes, Ive been doing the same thing and Ill try to brings some ideas into
the discussion later on.
The real hard work will come when the business centric view is
complete and we see if it can map to the architecture of the FSV.
That will be hard to do without a metamodel of the ebXML FSV .
Im working on something called ebXML Forms, which is business level
modeling set of forms that with a base in: use cases , Common business
process catalog , UML and to some degree UMM.
It is a fairly straightforward and "simple" BOV that sits ontop of ebXML