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    ISO 15000-1:2021

    ISO 15000-1:2021

    ISO 15000-1
    ISO 15000-1

    ISO 15000-1:2021 Electronic business eXtensible Markup Language (ebXML) — Part 1: Messaging service core specification

    ISO 15000-1:2021 Electronic business eXtensible Markup Language (ebXML) is a messaging service core specification, developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). ebXML is an XML dialect specifically designed to address the needs of electronic business.

    This article provides a brief overview of ebXML and its key features. We also discuss how ebXML can be used to create messaging services that are compliant with ISO 15000-1:2021. In the final section, we provide a case study that illustrates how ebXML was used to create an electronic order management system (EMS) for a retail company.

    What is ISO 15000-1:2021?


    ISO 15000-1:2021 is a standard that defines the requirements for an electronic business messaging service. It covers topics such as security, data storage, message routing, and interoperability.

    Why was ISO 15000-1:2021 created?


    The purpose of ISO 15000-1:2021 is to enable businesses to communicate electronically using common messaging standards. This will make it easier for businesses to exchange information and collaborate on projects.

    What are the key features of ISO 15

    ISO 15000-2:2021 Electronic business eXtensible Markup Language (ebXML) — Part 2: Applicability Statement (AS) profile of ebXML messaging service

    The applicability statement (AS) profile of ebXML messaging service is intended to help organizations that need to exchange ebXML documents in a business-to-business context. The AS profile covers the following topics:

    1.0 Scope
    This applicability statement (AS) profile covers the use of ebXML messaging service for exchanging eXtensible Markup Language (ebXML) documents.

    2.0 Applicability
    The ebXML messaging service is applicable to organizations that need to exchange ebXML documents in a business-to-business context.

    3.0 Requirements
    To be able to use the ebXML messaging service, an organization must meet the requirements outlined in this applicability statement (AS) profile. These requirements include:

    -An ebXML messaging server must be installed and configured, and users must have access to it.
    -The ebXML messaging service must be able to send and receive messages.
    -The ebXML messaging service must be able to handle request message types and response message types.
    -The ebXML messaging service must be compatible with the eXtensible Business Process Execution Language (eBPEL).

    ISO/TS 15000-3:2004 Electronic business eXtensible Markup Language (ebXML) — Part 3: Registry information model specification (ebRIM)

    ISO/TS 15000-3:2004 Electronic business eXtensible Markup Language (ebXML) — Part 3: Registry information model specification (ebRIM) defines a registry information model (RIM) for the registration and management of electronic business entities and their related data. In this document, the registry will be represented as a set of objects in an XML Schema namespace.

    The registry information model is designed to serve as a foundation for the registration, management, and retrieval of electronic business entities and their related data. It is intended to be used by systems that manage or process entity data, such as registrars, registries, and database management systems. The registry information model can also be used by other systems that need to access or process entity data in a standardized way.

    This document includes the following sections:

    1. Introduction
    2. Terminology
    3. The registry information model
    4. The registry object model
    5. The registry interface model
    6. Conformance requirements
    7. IANA Considerations
    8. References
    9. Appendix A: Sample ebRIM URI Scheme Definition
    10. Appendix B: Sample

    ISO/TS 15000-4:2004 Electronic business eXtensible Markup Language (ebXML) — Part 4: Registry services specification (ebRS)

    ISO/TS 15000-4:2004 Electronic business eXtensible Markup Language (ebXML) — Part 4: Registry services specification (ebRS) describes the registry services that are used to manage the ebXML schema.

    The ebRS defines the registries for ebXML elements, attributes, and entity references. It also specifies how to access these registries and how to retrieve information about an ebXML element or attribute.

    The ebRS is applicable to any organization that wants to use the ebXML schema. It can be used in conjunction with the ebXML schema validation toolkit (esvct), which is available as a free download from the ISO Web site.

    ISO 15000-5:2014 Electronic Business Extensible Markup Language (ebXML) — Part 5: Core Components Specification (CCS)

    ISO 15000-5:2014 Electronic Business Extensible Markup Language (ebXML) — Part 5: Core Components Specification (CCS) provides a comprehensive and unambiguous specification of the ebXML Core Components. The CCS is designed to allow for a wide range of ebXML implementations and applications.

    The ebXML Core Components are the fundamental building blocks of ebXML. They define the schema and semantics of ebXML documents, messages, and resources. The CCS defines the core components in a modular way so that they can be easily extended and integrated with other parts of ebXML.

    The CCS includes the following core components:

    • ebxmlDocument: Defines the structure and content of an ebXML document.
    • ebxmlMessage: Defines the structure and content of an ebXML message.
    • ebxmlResource: Defines the structure and content of an ebXML resource.

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    Suggusted Certifications –

    1. ISO 9001:2015
    2. ISO 14001:2015
    3. ISO 45001:2018
    4. ISO 22000:2018
    5. ISO 27001:2013