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32N2526. Tutorial for SC 32/WG 1 e-Business Standards. Wenfeng Sun, Convenor ISO/IEC JTC1 SC32 WG1 (eBusiness) [email protected] 09 June 2014. Prepared for: SC 32 2014 Beijing Plenary Meeting. Contents. Brief introduction to WG1 e-Business standards Status updates Technical progress.

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Tutorial for sc 32 wg 1 e business standards

32N2526

Tutorial for SC 32/WG 1 e-Business Standards

Wenfeng Sun, Convenor

ISO/IEC JTC1 SC32 WG1 (eBusiness)

[email protected]

09 June 2014

Prepared for:

SC 32 2014 Beijing Plenary Meeting


Contents

Contents

  • Brief introduction to WG1 e-Business standards

  • Status updates

  • Technical progress


Brief introduction to wg1 e business standards

Brief Introduction to WG1 e-Business Standards

  • ISO/IEC 14662 Information technology – Open-edi reference model

  • ISO/IEC 15944 Information technology - Business Operational View:

    • Part 1: Business Operational aspects of Open-edi for implementation

    • Part 2: Registration of scenarios and their components as business objects

    • Part 3: Open-edi description techniques (OeDT)

    • Part 4: Business transactional scenarios - Accounting and economic ontology

    • Part 5: Identification and referencing of requirements of jurisdictional domains as sources external constraints

    • Part 6: Technical Introduction of eBusiness modelling

    • Part 7: eBusiness vocabulary

    • Part 8: Identification of privacy requirements as external constraints on business transactions

    • Part 9: Business transaction traceability framework for commitment exchange

    • Part 10: IT-enabled coded domains as semantic components in business transactions

    • Part 11: Descriptive Techniques for foundational modeling in Open-edi

    • Part 12: Privacy protection requirements on information life cycle management (ILCM)

    • Part 20: Linking business operational view to functional service view


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Brief Introduction to WG1 e-Business Standards

  • Open-edi reference model


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Brief Introduction to WG1 e-Business Standards

  • What is Open-edi?

  • Characteristics of Open-edi

    • Actions based on predefined rules;

    • Commitment of the parties involved;

    • Communications among parties are automated

    • Parties control and maintain their states;

    • Parties act autonomously;

    • Multiple simultaneous transactions can be supported.


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Brief Introduction to WG1 e-Business Standards

  • Key components of a business transaction

    • Person(always capitalized “P”): entity, a natural or legal person, recognized by law as having legal rights and duties, able to make commitment(s), assume and fulfil resulting obligation(s), and able to be held accountable for its action(s).

    • Process: series of actions or events taking place in a defined manner leading to the accomplishment of an expected result.

    • Data (Business transaction): representation of recorded information that are being prepared in a form suitable for use in a computer sytem.


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Brief Introduction to WG1 e-Business Standards

  • ISO/IEC 14662 and ISO/IEC 15944

    • Description of global common business requirements

      • Business knowledge independent of IT changes

      • Done by business experts

      • Legal, commercial, cultural, etc.

    • Development of globally reusable business models

      • Person, process, data

      • Traceability, privacy, etc.

    • Oriented at IT-enabled business standard

      • Coded domains as IT-enabled semantic components

      • Linking FSV to BOV


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Brief Introduction to WG1 e-Business Standards

  • Relations among WG1 standards

Reference model

14662

Concept system

15944-7

Knowledge for modeling

TR 15944-6

Open-edi =Commitment exchange

“eThings” that have the 6 Open-edi characteristics

BOV

15944-1

The link

15944-20

FSV

Ontology View: Collabration space

Constraints

Internal and external

Goal of open-edi standardization: Register of scenarios and scenario components

15944-4

15944-5

Specifically on ILCM

On privacy

15944-8

Registration

15944-2

FDT

15944-3

On traceability

15944-12

15944-9

Key component: coded domain

15944-10


Status updates

Status updates

  • ISO/IEC 14662:2010 IS

  • ISO/IEC 15944-1:2011IS

  • ISO/IEC 15944-2:2006ISMinor revision

  • ISO/IEC 15944-3cancelled

  • ISO/IEC 15944-4:2007ISMinor revision

  • ISO/IEC 15944-5:2008ISMinor revision

  • ISO/IEC 15944-6:2009TRMinor revision

  • ISO/IEC 15944-7:2009ISMinor revision

  • ISO/IEC 15944-8IS

  • ISO/IEC 15944-9DISin ballot

  • ISO/IEC 15944-10IS

  • ISO/IEC 15944-11 WDSuspended

  • ISO/IEC 15944-12CDdraft CD

  • ISO/IEC 15944-20DISin ballot


Technical progress

Technical progress

  • 15944-9 Business transaction traceability framework for commitment exchange

  • A generalization of traceability requirements from legal, commercial and public policy aspects

    • to meet the requirement of reporting by the seller to the regulator;

    • to meet the labelling requirements of applicable regulators;

    • to support safety and/or quality objectives;

    • to determine the history or origin of the products;


Technical progress1

Technical progress

  • 15944-9 Business transaction traceability framework for commitment exchange

  • A generalization of traceability requirements from legal, commercial and public policy aspects

    • to facilitate the withdrawal and/or recall of products;

    • to identify the responsible organizations in case of emergency;

    • to facilitate the verification of specific information about the product;


Technical progress2

Technical progress

  • 15944-9 Business transaction traceability framework for commitment exchange

  • A generalization of traceability requirements from legal, commercial and public policy aspects

    • to meet consumer specification(s);

    • to meeting post-actualization requirements such as refund policy, product recall, warranty issue, etc.

    • to meet the requirements of mutual agreement among parties to a business transaction;

    • to communicate information to relevant stakeholders and consumers.


Technical progress3

Technical progress

  • 15944-9 Business transaction traceability framework for commitment exchange

    • Principles of traceability

      • Traceability aspects of principles for business transactions

    • Models of traceability concepts

      • Information structure and contents

    • Traceability requirements

      • Person, Data and process


Technical progress4

Technical progress

  • 15944-12 Privacy protection requirements on ILCM in Open-edi

    • to provide added concepts/definitions/terms, rules, and guidelines necessary to support ILCM requirements in support of external constraints:

      • privacy protection nature and related requirements, i.e., in support of ISO/IEC 15944-8 where those were identified at a “primitive level”;

      • associated public policy requirements (as defined in Clause 6.3 of ISO/IEC 15944-5; and,

      • doing so in an overall ISO/IEC 15944 “Business Operational View” context in compliance with ILCM related information law compliance as applicable to modelling a business transaction.


Technical progress5

Technical progress

  • 15944-12 Privacy protection requirements on ILCM in Open-edi

    • Fundamental privacy protection principles

    • Integrated set of information life cycle management (ILCM) principles in support of information law and privacy protection requirements

    • Rules governing the specification of ILCM aspects of personal information

    • Rules governing EDI of personal information between primary ILCM Person and “agent”, “third party” and/or “regulator”

    • Data conversion and data migration


Technical progress6

Technical progress

  • 15944-20 Linking business operational view to functional service view

    • specifies the properties of Base Functional Specification View (FSV) Standards in order to best meet the requirements of the Business Operational View (BOV) with interoperable implementations. Base FSV standards exhibiting these properties support business transactions not only that are in compliance with Open-edi scenarios (OeS). As described in clause 6.3 Interoperability among IT systems, additional beneficial business transactions may also be supported between a given IT system and IT system(s) outside of the Open-edi scenarios for which they were designed.


Technical progress7

Technical progress

  • 15944-20 Linking business operational view to functional service view

    • The BOV of eBusiness Interoperability

    • The FSV of eBusiness Interoperability

    • Linking the BOV to FSV representation and technology

    • User data interoperability

    • Choreography interoperability

    • Transfer interoperability

    • FSV implementation requirements


Sunwf@cnis gov cn

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