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RE: [ontolog-forum] May 7th

To: "John Hardin" <john.hardin@xxxxxxxxxxxx>, "[ontolog-forum] " <ontolog-forum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
From: "John Hardin" <john.hardin@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2003 13:20:25 -0500
Message-id: <57F387678C04904186EDD2C285220EC416CF78@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
My apologies to all on the Ontolog discussion list, for not paying attention to 
the "To:" line... 

        -----Original Message----- 
        From: John Hardin 
        Sent: Fri 4/25/2003 1:10 PM 
        To: [ontolog-forum] 
        Subject: RE: [ontolog-forum] May 7th

        Nice job Ron ! Thanks. I have asked Jacek for the source code, which we 
need to proceed, and haven't received an answer back yet.... I'm hoping that he 
plans on forwarding this to us. 

                -----Original Message----- 
                From: Schuldt, Ron L [mailto:ron.l.schuldt@xxxxxxxx] 
                Sent: Fri 4/25/2003 12:18 PM 
                To: 'ontolog-forum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx' 
                Cc: 'kalbera@xxxxxxxxxxx'; 'bfrench@xxxxxxxxxxx'; Pallone, 
Michael J; Abt, Linda; Kapoor, Ajit; Bornman, Ed 
                Subject: [ontolog-forum] May 7th

                Ontolog Forum Members,

                I am pleased to announce that the Universal data Element 
Framework (UDEF)
                Ontology and its structured IDs will be an integral part of a 
Web Services
                proof-of-concept demonstration on May 7th at the CompTIA/EIDX 
                May 5-8 in Orlando, Florida. I encourage you to attend the 
conference and to
                see  the demonstration first-hand if at all possible. In 
addition, I will be
                providing a 90 minute UDEF tutorial immediately prior to the 
Web Service
                demonstration. The tutorial will describe the UDEF and explain 
how to map to
                the UDEF.  See
                conference details.

                The UDEF conforms to ISO 11179 and to the ebXML naming 
convention. The UDEF
                structured IDs embedded within XML files as Global Unique ID 
                namespaces will be sent to a Web Service server that performs a 
                function that keys on the IDs and automatically generates a 
comparison and
                gap analysis report. The demo will illustrate a source system 
                customer) purchase order based on one XML standard such as xCBL 
and a target
                system (e.g., supplier) based on another XML standard such as 
RosettaNet or
                OAGIS. The use of this service by two parties that had never 
                conducted business together would greatly reduce the manual 
effort typically
                required to determine the intersection points and gaps between 
their two


                Ronald L. Schuldt
                Senior Staff Systems Architect
                Lockheed Martin Enterprise Information Systems
                11757 W. Ken Caryl Ave. #F521 MP DC5694
                Littleton, CO 80127

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