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Peppol conference

Location: 
Stockholm, Sweden
Date: 
26 May 2011 - 27 May 2011
Event Type: 
Conference

Specifying backorder in OrderResponse

I'm looking for a guideline and hopefully an example of useage of the OrderResponse to inform that an item is in backorder.  Can't see it described anywhere.

Supply Chains Now Speak a Common Language at the Perceptant Exchange

Perceptant today announced support for UBL, an open xml standard for B2B messaging that facilitates the exchange of catalogue, pricing, stock and transaction information between buyers and suppliers...Perceptant's iHUB, iBAM and SCMaaS (Supply Chain Management as a Service) products leverage XML and incorporate its strengths into a comprehensive business application environment - managing all critical aspects of integrating and automating interactions between customers, partners and suppliers.

ISO TC 154 Plenary (29th) and TDED MA

Location: 
McLean, VA, USA
Date: 
17 Feb 2011 - 18 Feb 2011
Event Type: 
Meeting

5th International PEPPOL conference

Location: 
Troyes en Champagne, France
Date: 
8 Nov 2010 - 10 Nov 2010
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Event Type: 
Conference

goUBL.com - a focus for North America

http://goUBL.com is a commercial ecosystem focused on helping deploy UBL in North America.  The ecosystem of cooperating companies offers products, services, training and resources related to UBL.  Included in the services is help getting up on the Tradeshift platform in the US and Canada.

UBL 2.1 Public Review Draft 1 - comment period Sep 25, 2010 to Nov 24, 2010


Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2010 09:24:36 -0400
To: UBL-Dev <ubl-dev@lists.oasis-open.org>
From: "G. Ken Holman" <gkholman@CraneSoftwrights.com>
Subject: Fwd: Public Review of UBL v2.1

Fellow UBL-Dev'ers,

I'm not the official spokesperson for the UBL committee, but I know the UBL committee warmly welcomes any and all comments regarding the public review draft of UBL 2.1.  Please use the instructions from OASIS below regarding the release and submitting your comments.

asuman

Semantic Representations of the UN/CEFACT CCTS-based Electronic Business Document Artifacts

The purpose of this SET TC deliverable is to provide standard semantic representations of electronic document artifacts based on UN/CEFACT Core Component Technical Specification (CCTS)  and hence to facilitate the development of tools to support semantic interoperability. The basic idea is to explicate the semantic information that is already given both in the CCTS and the CCTS based document standards in a standard way to make this information available for automated document interoperability tool support.

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asuman

Electronic Document Interoperability in eBusiness and eGovernment Applications

This special issue contains articles addressing document interoperability from several different perspectives. The first three articles demonstrate the use of UN/CEFACT CCTS and OASIS UBL specifications.

Please click for downloading the full deliverable 

asuman

A Survey and Analysis of Electronic Business Document Standards

No document standard is sufficient for all purposes because the
requirements significantly differ among businesses, industries, and
geopolitical regions. On the other hand, the ultimate aim of business
document interoperability is to exchange business data among partners
without any prior agreements related to the document syntax and
semantics. Therefore, an important characteristic of a document standard
is its ability to adapt to different contexts, its extensibility, and
its customization. The UN/CEFACT Core Component Technical Specification

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