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|Standard for eBusiness in SMEs networks: the increasing role of customization rules and conformance testing tools to achieve interoperability|
|Authors||Arianna Brutti, Piero De Sabbata, Angelo Frascella, Cristiano Novelli, Nicola Gessa Year 2011|
|Pubblication type||Paper International Conference with referee|
|Abstract||The adoption of a public standard at application domain level enables systems to
interoperate, with a positive impact for eBusiness adoption, especially towards SMEs
networks. Nevertheless conformance to standard specification is not enough to guarantee
interoperability between different implementations.
If we consider interoperability based on three levels (technical, semantic and organisational) not all the standard specifications aim to cover all the three levels. One of the key enablers of a 'service based economy' is the interchangeability of the service providers that requires that all the three levels of interoperability are effectively achieved.
This paper analyses first these critical factors in adopting technical standardized
specifications for data exchange in eBusiness; then analyses one of the possible
countermeasure: domain specific use profiling and related conformance testing tools based
on customization rules.
|Reference||Arianna Brutti, Piero De Sabbata, Angelo Frascella, Cristiano Novelli, Nicola Gessa, "Standard for eBusiness in SMEs networks: the increasing role of customization rules and conformance testing tools to achieve interoperability", in 'Enterprise Interoperability, proceedings of the Workshops of the Third International IFIP Working Conference IWEI 2011', Stockholm, March 22-24 2011, edited by Iste Ltd and John Wiley & Sons Inc.2011 Ltd, UK, ISBN 978-1-84821-317-3|
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|Repository reference PDF||DI720-042 (pdf)|
|Keywords||interoperability, standard, conformance testing tool, customization rules,
eBusiness, UBL, Schematron, SMEs business.
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