David RR Webber - XML ebusiness (Gnos...@compuserve.com)
May 20, 2003 8:07:57 pm
Message text written by Duane Nickull
Can you please elaborate more on item #1?
As you create CAM templates - say a UBL OP70,
or an OAG BOD part order equivalent, then you
store them in the registry. Now - someone wanting
to use one of these - may request it from the registry,
and then invoke CAM as a service to check the syntax
and structure of a local transaction sample they have,
and get a report on the compliance. Martin Roberts
demo'd this behaviour in London with his prototype.
Basically, CAM becomes a API extension of the
registry - and you can invoke it with various parameter
sets - depending on what behaviour you need.
You could also use CAM to check content before its
accepted into the registry and report any
From an eGov point of view - once you have this
facility you can purpose this to create many
business mechanisms above it - that are useful
for discreet implementation configurations.