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Towards the new Millennium!. Introduction to the work of the Techniques and Methodologies Working Group UN/EDIFACT Working Group Meeting Atlanta, 24 March 1999. By Klaus-Dieter Naujok UN/CEFACT/TMWG Chair. IT Progression. Is There a Problem?. Did EDI reach critical mass after 20+ years?.

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Towards the new millennium

Towards the new Millennium!

Introduction to the work of the

Techniques and Methodologies Working Group

UN/EDIFACT Working Group Meeting

Atlanta, 24 March 1999

By

Klaus-Dieter Naujok

UN/CEFACT/TMWG Chair


IT Progression

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Is there a problem
Is There a Problem?

Did EDI reach critical mass after 20+ years?

Using EDI

95%

98%

EDI Capable

2%

5%

FORTUNE 1000

OTHER BUSINESSES

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Techniques methodologies work grouping s mission
Techniques &Methodologies Work Grouping’s Mission

To research and identify techniques and methodologies which could be utilized by UN/CEFACT and its working groups to enhance the process by which its deliverables are produced and integrated.

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Membership

Full

Austria (1)

Australia (1)

Canada (1)

France (3)

Japan (1)

Netherlands (1)

Norway (1)

S.W.I.F.T. (1)

United Kingdom (2)

United States (3)

Virtual

Australia (2)

ESCAP (1)

France (2)

Poland (1)

Switzerland (1)

United States (2)

Membership

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Techniques
Techniques

  • Business & Information Modeling

    • Unified Modeling Language (UML)

  • Distributed Object Technology

    • Common Object Request Broker (CORBA)

    • Dynamic Common Object Model (DCOM)

    • Remote Method Invocation (RMI)

    • extendable Metadata Interchange (XMI & XML)

  • Open-EDI Reference Model

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Techniques1
Techniques

Business & Information Modeling

+

Distributed Object Technology

+

Open-edi Reference Model

=

OO-edi

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Oo edi requires a paradigm shift
OO-edi requires a paradigm shift

  • Shift the focus on EDI standards to the business processes and the business practices behind them

  • Decompose EDI business processes to the level of individual tasks that are more generic to the type of business

  • Identify activities (i.e., transformations) and object classes that are likely candidates for standardization

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Implementations using different transport technologies

physical/

logical object

model

virtual

class library

technology

buffer

application(s)

OOA

Java

current-EDI

new-EDI

OLE CORBA

RMI

Messages

ICSDEF

objects

segments

data

objects

distributed

databases

shared

databases

in-house

application data

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Oo edi and xml edi
OO-edi and XML/EDI

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Methodologies

Development Life Cycle

Requirements

Analysis

Design

Verification

Implementation

Unified Process

Controlled Iterative

Component Based

Visual Modeling (UML)

Configurable Process

Architecture Centric

Requirements Management

Use-Case Driven

Methodologies

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Simplification and harmonisation
Simplification and Harmonisation

3.Implementation

& Experience

1.Process

Review

2.Simplified Design

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Development life cycle
Development Life Cycle

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Unified process
Unified Process

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Unified process1
Unified Process

  • Development is an iterative process

  • Manages requirements

  • Visual modeling (Analysis & Design)

  • Employs component-based architecture

  • Verifies product’s quality

  • Controls changes to the product

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Xml recommendation overall view
XML Recommendation (overall view)

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Xml recommendations
XML Recommendations

  • Harmonization and simplification work effort must continue to identify the core data.

  • UN/CEFACT should encourage W3C to develop a simple XML Repository as soon as possible to stop the proliferation of XML tag names and DTDs.

  • UN/CEFACT should encourage CommerceNet, the XML/EDI group, W3C, ANSI ASC X12C/TG3 and member software companies to adopt standardized tag names and DTDs for XML interchange file formats to help the SME integrate data.

  • Standard Web form objects need to be developed for UN Layout Key web pages.

  • UN/CEFACT should limit its resources’ use of XML to Web forms and distributed object messages.

  • UN/CEFACT should NOT recast UN/EDIFACT messages into XML based on algorithms run against EDI Directories.

  • UN/CEFACT should encourage W3C to accelerate work on the W3C WebBroker Note and progress it to a W3C Recommendation as soon as possible.

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The next 12 months
The next 12 months

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Tmwg time table modeling

February 1999

Requirement Specification (Draft)

July 1999

Requirements Specification (Final)

Analysis Specification (Draft)

November 1999

Analysis Specification (Final)

Design Specification (Draft)

February 2000

Design Specification (Final)

Verification Specification (Draft)

July 2000

Verification Specification (Final)

TMWG Time Table (Modeling)

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Tmwg time table review periods

February 1999

Requirement Specification (Draft)

March-June 1999

BPAWG Review of Requirement Specification

July 1999

Requirements Specification (Final)

Analysis Specification (Draft)

August-October 1999

BPAWG/EWG Review of Analysis Specification

November 1999

Analysis Specification (Final)

Design Specification (Draft)

Dec 99 - January 2000

BPAWG/EWG Review of Design Specification

February 2000

Design Specification (Final)

Verification Specification (Draft)

March-June 2000

BPAWG/EWG Review of Verification Specification

July 2000

Verification Specification (Final)

TMWG Time Table (+Review Periods)

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Simac recommendations
SIMAC Recommendations

  • Constraints and Opportunities

    • The current vertical UN/EDIFACT organisational structure

    • Lack of focus on detailed business process analysis e.g. through business modelling

    • Lack of an effective global repository of standardised data entities

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Tmwg time table simple edi

February 1999

Requirement Specification (Draft)

March-June 1999

BPAWG Review of Requirement Specification

July 1999

SIMPL-edi review to determine impact in regard to Specifications

Requirements Specification (Final)

Analysis Specification (Draft)

August-October 1999

BPAWG/EWG Review of Analysis Specification

November 1999

Analysis Specification (Final)

Design Specification (Draft)

Dec 99 - January 2000

BPAWG/EWG Review of Design Specification

February 2000

Design Specification (Final)

Verification Specification (Draft)

March-June 2000

BPAWG/EWG Review of Verification Specification

July 2000

Verification Specification (Final)

TMWG Time Table (+SIMPLE-edi)

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Tmwg time table xml

February 1999

Requirement Specification (Draft)

March-June 1999

BPAWG Review of Requirement Specification

July 1999

SIMPL-edi review to determine impact in regard to Specifications

Requirements Specification (Final)

Analysis Specification (Draft)

August-October 1999

BPAWG/EWG Review of Analysis Specification

November 1999

Analysis Specification (Final)

Design Specification (Draft)

XML Review (based on CSG actions)

Dec 99 - January 2000

BPAWG/EWG Review of Design Specification

February 2000

Design Specification (Final)

Verification Specification (Draft)

March-June 2000

BPAWG/EWG Review of Verification Specification

July 2000

Verification Specification (Final)

TMWG Time Table (+XML)

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Thank you
THANK YOU!

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