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UN/CEFACT TMG Report Chair: Gunther Stuhec Vice Chair: Christian Huemer 14. -16. 052007 TMG UN/CEFACT TMG Report Chair: Gunther Stuhec Vice Chair: Christian Huemer 14. -16. 052007 TMG Report to the Plenary

TMG Mandate l Purpose ¡ The purpose of the Techniques & Methodologies Group (TMG) TMG Mandate l Purpose ¡ The purpose of the Techniques & Methodologies Group (TMG) is to provide all UN/CEFACT Groups with Meta (base) Business Process, Information and Communications Technology specifications, methodologies, recommendations and education. ¡ The TMG shall also function as a research group evaluating new information and communication technologies (ICT), as well as, techniques and methodologies that may assist UN/CEFACT and its groups to fulfill their mandate and vision in Trade Facilitation and e-Business. 14. -16. 052007 TMG Report to the Plenary

Why TMG? l Provides the required key methodologies that are necessary for ¡ ¡ Why TMG? l Provides the required key methodologies that are necessary for ¡ ¡ Highly dynamic and context driven next generation B 2 B Common and unambiguous understanding on semantic level Collaborative business processes that considers the aspects of contracts / agreements Highly reusable and flexible building blocks of business information l These methodologies are ¡ ¡ comparable with a natural language a must for doing collaborative business effectively, the key differentiatior to all other existing business standards highly required to realize next generation e. Business environment (ESOA) l The TMG has experience since more than 10 years ¡ ¡ 14. -16. 052007 Understands the current problematic in detail Have concepts and solutions Significant value add for UN/CEFACT Enables UN/CEFACT to drive future B 2 B TMG Report to the Plenary

General Infos l Members ¡ ~ 35 Active Members ¡ 200 Mailing list registrants General Infos l Members ¡ ~ 35 Active Members ¡ 200 Mailing list registrants who participate electronically l Meetings ¡ Convened during the UN/CEFACT Forum meetings in New Delhi and Dublin. ¡ Face-to-face meetings l June 2006 at SWIFT headquarters in Brussels l December 2006 at Oracle in Redwood City, California l Next in July 2007 in Kansas City 14. -16. 052007 TMG Report to the Plenary

Working Groups l Business Process Working Group (BPWG) ¡ Provides techniques and methodologies for Working Groups l Business Process Working Group (BPWG) ¡ Provides techniques and methodologies for the description of inter-organizational business processes and the resulting information exchanges ¡ ~ 15 Active Members (5 also in CCWG and 3 in e. BAWG) ¡ http: //www. untmg. org/index. php? option=com_content& task=view&id=26&Itemid=53 14. -16. 052007 TMG Report to the Plenary

Core Components Working Group (CCWG) ¡ Provides required techniques and methodologies for the development Core Components Working Group (CCWG) ¡ Provides required techniques and methodologies for the development and reuse of business information ¡ ~ 20 Active Members (5 also in BPWG and 7 in e. BAWG) ¡ http: //www. untmg. org/index. php? option=com_content& task=view&id=25&Itemid=55 14. -16. 052007 TMG Report to the Plenary

l e. Business Architecture Working Group (EBAWG) ¡ Provides the framework for the different l e. Business Architecture Working Group (EBAWG) ¡ Provides the framework for the different modeling and infrastructure concepts ¡ ~ 10 Active Members (3 also in BPWG and 7 in CCWG) ¡ http: //www. untmg. org/index. php? option=com_content& task=view&id=28&Itemid=54 14. -16. 052007 TMG Report to the Plenary

Scope of BPWG How to formalize contract paragraphs? Contract What are the agreed process Scope of BPWG How to formalize contract paragraphs? Contract What are the agreed process steps? UMM UN/CEFACT Modeling Methodology Rules for analyze, design, and maintain collaborative business processes on semantic level. It especially consider the formal realization from contracts, and agreements to collaborative business processes. UMM Transaction Patterns What are the core process steps that considers the smallest legal aspects? Fixed set of smallest pieces of collaborative business process transaction patterns that cover all the known legally binding collaborations at lowest level of request/response interaction between two business partners. UMM REA Module How must the economic events linked together that they are fulfill the contract? 14. -16. 052007 Rules for linking economic events together that are required fulfill a contract of a collaborative business process. The links are activity-to-activity or agent-to-agent or person-to-person, not just company-to-company. TMG Report to the Plenary

BPWG Projects l UN/CEFACT Modeling Methodology (UMM) ¡ First technical specification was released in BPWG Projects l UN/CEFACT Modeling Methodology (UMM) ¡ First technical specification was released in December 2006 ¡ A new project for the next version was started in March 2007 ¡ New UMM concepts will be based on UML 2. 0 profiles l Resources-Events-Agents Economic Ontology (REA) Specialization Module ¡ REA describes an enterprise ontology, which explains the types of entities or classes that are expected to see in a specific business process ¡ Approved requirements specification (ODP Step 2) 14. -16. 052007 TMG Report to the Plenary

BPWG Projects l UML Profile for Core Components (UPCC) ¡ ¡ l Business Process BPWG Projects l UML Profile for Core Components (UPCC) ¡ ¡ l Business Process Schema Specification (BPSS) ¡ ¡ ¡ l Was formerly Business Collaboration Specification Schema (BCSS) Transferred to Core Components Working Group (CCWG) At ODP step 6, Implementation Verification Supports both UML versions 1. 4 and 2. 0 The OASIS’ BPSS version 2. 4 will be submitted to ISO’s TC 154 for approval TMG recommends supporting this submission of OASIS BPSS to ISO If OASIS starts next version, TMG will provide business process experts for reaching the consistency between BPSS and UMM Unified Business Agreements and Contracts (UBAC) ¡ ¡ ¡ 14. -16. 052007 No resources and time to proceed TMG transferred UBAC to Legal Group (LG) TMG will assist the LG TMG Report to the Plenary

Scope of CCWG How to associate? Person. How to name? Is „Work Address“ necessary Scope of CCWG How to associate? Person. How to name? Is „Work Address“ necessary in all industries? Identification. ID First. Name Last. Name Work. Address Home. Address Person. Identification. ID First. Name Last. Name Work. Address Home. Address CCTS (Core Component Technical Specification) Address. House Number. Text Street. Name Postal Code. ID Country. Code How to Rules for naming, structuring structure and reusing core components. ? Which „Postal Code. IDs“ are required in Germany? Person. How to structure a message? 14. -16. 052007 How to assemble data types in a message? Identification. ID First. Name Last. Name Work. Address Home. Address TMG Report to the Plenary UCM (Universal Context Methodology) Rules for clarifying how to structure and use CCs in specific contexts, such as a Shipping Address for Germany or the US. CCMA (Core Component Message Assembly Specification) Rules for assembling messages from CCs such as – Purchase Order, Ship Notice, Invoice

CCWG Projects l Core Components Technical Specification (CCTS) ¡ ¡ ¡ 14. -16. 052007 CCWG Projects l Core Components Technical Specification (CCTS) ¡ ¡ ¡ 14. -16. 052007 Progressed CCTS V 3. 0 to second public review in ODP Step 5 Removes ambiguities, strengthens reuse, modularizes standards stack (i. e. removal of registry rules) Fixed content (data types, CCTS V 3. 0 does not consider any content anymore. All CCTs (Core Components Types) in CCTS V 2. 01 are moved to ATG (Applied Technologies Group) Target is to reach ODP 7 – approved technical specification by end of 2007 TMG Report to the Plenary

CCWG Projects l Core Component Message Assembly (CCMA) ¡ ¡ l Began with ODP CCWG Projects l Core Component Message Assembly (CCMA) ¡ ¡ l Began with ODP step 3 An initial draft is underway CCMA specification will bridge the current gap between UMM and CCTS Meta model allows an easy and consistent mapping into technical protocols such as WSDL (Web Services Definition Language) Unified Context Methodology (UCM) ¡ ¡ ¡ 14. -16. 052007 Expanded ODP 2 phase This was required at the request of many major contributors Significant interest is being realized in this project TMG Report to the Plenary

EBAWG Scope Business Partner Business Context Motivation (why), Organization (who) Business Partner UCM UMM EBAWG Scope Business Partner Business Context Motivation (why), Organization (who) Business Partner UCM UMM Collaborative (external) Business Process UMM (how, when) Person. Identification. ID First. Name Last. Name Work. Address Home. Address Internal Process UML/XMIPresentation Translation Mapping Physical Representation 14. -16. 052007 Frameworks Business Message Assembly (what) Business Information (what) Internal Process CCTS CCMA UMM CCTS & CCMA BCSS UPCC XMI EDIFACT XMI XMLNDR EDIFACT Traditional EDI XMLNDR XMI BPSS UNe. Docs TMG Report to the Plenary eb. XML Framework Business Web Services BPSS XMI BPEL WS-BPEL SOA, POA, …

EBAWG Projects l Electronic Business Architecture Specification (EBAS) ¡ ¡ ¡ l Conformance and EBAWG Projects l Electronic Business Architecture Specification (EBAS) ¡ ¡ ¡ l Conformance and Compliance Definition (COD) ¡ ¡ l EBAS will describe the relationships between all defined UN/CEFACT technical specifications, and non UN/CEFACT specifications Finalized project proposal The goal for 2007 is complete ODP Step 3 Develop a clear and unambiguous definition of compliance/conformance rules for each of the UN/CEFACT specifications Newly established in March 2007 Phased at direction of FMG The goal for 2007 is complete phase 1 and commence phase 2 Glossary project ¡ ¡ ¡ 14. -16. 052007 Create a centralized, common UN/CEFACT Glossary Ongoing project that will interface with all other methodology projects in the forum First draft available at the TMG website TMG Report to the Plenary

New Website (Prototype) l Enterprise Wiki approach l Every registered user can ¡ read, New Website (Prototype) l Enterprise Wiki approach l Every registered user can ¡ read, update and generate wepages ¡ write news and submit comments ¡ upload/download attachments Online Template / Edit Mode l Makes the daily standardization work more efficient and effective l Guarantees a consistent and clear representation of required information l Should be used for all UN/CEFACT standardization work 14. -16. 052007 TMG Report to the Plenary Presentation Mode

Requirements l Server of new TMG website l Administrator of TMG website l Somebody Requirements l Server of new TMG website l Administrator of TMG website l Somebody who helps us on marketing l Better control on mailing lists l Formal invitations for prospective members 14. -16. 052007 TMG Report to the Plenary

We need Members l We’re not finished l We have the concepts and ideas, We need Members l We’re not finished l We have the concepts and ideas, but members are still required to ¡ Finalize the whole stack ¡ Distribute our methodologies ¡ Do trainings 14. -16. 052007 TMG Report to the Plenary