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ebXML & .NET ?

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KJ
Hello All,

A customer of mine needs to get set up as an ebXML client in order to
receive labor data from VW, and I am tasked with getting this up and
running. This might be the first in a line of ebXML "subscriptions"
taken on for the enterprise, so I need to keep that in mind.

VW states that we need to purchase an ebXML tool to do this, but I am
wondering if this can be done using .NET, or if there is a
..NET-specific ebXML client, tools, open-source code, libraries, or
what.

I don't know much about this topic, as you can see, so be gentle...

Thanks
-KJ

Dec 21 '05 #1
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KJ,

I don't know anything about ebXML, but it seems like just an XML message
with some custom transports.

In this case, you might want to take a look at BizTalk server, since it
is designed exactly for this purpose (getting messages and acting on them).

Hope this helps.
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- Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]
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Hello All,

A customer of mine needs to get set up as an ebXML client in order to
receive labor data from VW, and I am tasked with getting this up and
running. This might be the first in a line of ebXML "subscriptions"
taken on for the enterprise, so I need to keep that in mind.

VW states that we need to purchase an ebXML tool to do this, but I am
wondering if this can be done using .NET, or if there is a
.NET-specific ebXML client, tools, open-source code, libraries, or
what.

I don't know much about this topic, as you can see, so be gentle...

Thanks
-KJ

Dec 22 '05 #2

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