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Assessing the Impact of XML/EDI with Real Option Valuation

von Dr. Shermin Voshmgir

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Fragment, Gesichtet, Norman 1999, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel sysop, Svr, Verschleierung

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Figure 14: XML/EDI Transaction Schematics Example:

An XML-EDI transaction using a global repository

(1) The Retailer queries the Global Repository for the structure (DTD) of those common business objects that are to be passed to the trading partner, the manufacturer.

(2) The business objects are passed to the Manufacturer, using XML documents structured according to the DTDs fetched from the Global Repository.

(3) The Manufacturer maps the received data in to the organization’s application system. The mapping is received from the Global Repository.

Example: An XML-EDI transaction using a global repository

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Figure 11: XML/EDI Transaction Schematics

A user or agent in Organization 1 queries the Global Repository for the structure (DTD) of those common business objects that are to be passed to a trading partner - Organization 2.

· The business objects are passed to Organization 2, using XML documents structured according to the DTDs fetched from the Global Repository.

· The receiver maps the received data in to the organization’s application system. The mapping is received from the Global Repository.

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[4.5. Summary and Outlook]

The Fundamental B2B Problem so far has been the lack of shared semantics. The main challenge in using XML is not with document structure and syntax, but with semantics. It is much easier to share syntax than to share semantics. Each application domain needs to have both specific document structure and agreed-upon semantics to make effective use of XML-defined documents. Various vertical industry segments have to agree on the meaning of their domain-specific XML tags. Only then can the appropriate action be taken upon parsing: translating components into internal business objects for use within the enterprise.

The Fundamental B2B Problem: Lack of Shared Semantics

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The main challenge in using XML is not with document structure and syntax, but with semantics. It's much easier to share syntax than to share semantics. Each application domain needs to have both specific document structure and agreed-upon semantics to make effective use of XML-defined documents. Various vertical industry segments have to agree on the meaning of their domain-specific XML tags. Only then can the appropriate action be taken upon parsing: translating components into internal business objects for use within the enterprise.

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Balogh 1999, Fragment, Gesichtet, KomplettPlagiat, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel sysop, Svr

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XML can make EDI transactions accessible to a broader set of users. EDI is already a powerful tool that has been deployed by large organizations around the globe to exchange data and support transactions. But today, EDI transactions can [only be conducted between sites that have been specifically set up to exchange information using compatible systems.] EDI is already a powerful tool that has been deployed by large organizations around the globe to exchange data and support transactions. But today, EDI transactions can only be conducted between sites that have been specifically set up to exchange information using compatible systems. [...] XML should create new possibilities for how data is used, and there are many initiatives under way to move EDI to XML, which can make EDI transactions accessible to a broader set of users.
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