Rishel,Wes | 7 May 18:41 2000
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Use of Compression with EDIINT

I am wondering if the Commerce One interoperability test included the use of
the Content Codings feature to specify message compression, and if so by
what compression method?

Thanks.

Wes Rishel
Research Director
Healthcare Industry Research & Advisory Services
GartnerGroup
wes.rishel <at> gartner.com
Alameda, CA
510 522 8135
510 521 2423 (fax)

Rishel,Wes | 7 May 18:28 2000
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RE: question

In reviewing the IETF drafts I have not come across a description of support
for XML. Am I just missing it or are there other drafts I should be looking
at?

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dick Brooks (D) [mailto:dick <at> 8760.com]
> Sent: Thursday, March 23, 2000 7:01 AM
> To: Thierry Lesneuck; ietf-ediint <at> imc.org
> Subject: RE: question
> 
> 
> Thierry,
> 
> EDIINT is attempting to provide a payload "agnostic" 
> transport mechansim. If
> a company wants a reliable, secure way to send
> EDIFACT, X12, XML, jpeg images, whatever, they should use EDIINT.
> 
> Dick Brooks
> http://www.8760.com/
> 
> 
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-ietf-ediint <at> mail.imc.org
> [mailto:owner-ietf-ediint <at> mail.imc.org]On Behalf Of Thierry Lesneuck
> Sent: Thursday, March 23, 2000 7:14 AM
> To: ietf-ediint <at> imc.org
> Subject: question
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Dick Brooks (E | 7 May 23:20 2000

RE: Use of Compression with EDIINT

Wes,

I believe you are referring to the CommerceNet interoperability tests. As
far as I know, compression was not included in the tests, but Rik Drummond
would know for certain if this is the case.

Dick Brooks
http://www.8760.com/

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-ietf-ediint <at> mail.imc.org
[mailto:owner-ietf-ediint <at> mail.imc.org]On Behalf Of Rishel,Wes
Sent: Sunday, May 07, 2000 11:41 AM
To: 'ietf-ediint <at> imc.org'
Subject: Use of Compression with EDIINT

I am wondering if the Commerce One interoperability test included the use of
the Content Codings feature to specify message compression, and if so by
what compression method?

Thanks.

Wes Rishel
Research Director
Healthcare Industry Research & Advisory Services
GartnerGroup
wes.rishel <at> gartner.com
Alameda, CA
510 522 8135
510 521 2423 (fax)
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Dick Brooks (E | 7 May 23:26 2000

RE: question

Wes, the EDIINT AS2 draft includes a paragraph in section 2 (top of page 6)
referencing XML. Here is an excerpt:

    "Implementors are to follow the appropriate specifications identified
under
    "References" in [MIME-TYPES], for the type of object being transmitted.
For
    example, to send an XML object, the MIME media type of text/xml is used
in
    the Content-type MIME header and the specifications for enveloping the
    object are contained in RFC2376, (e.g.  Content-type:   text/xml;
    charset="utf-8")."

Regards,

Dick  Brooks
http://www.8760.com/

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-ietf-ediint <at> mail.imc.org
[mailto:owner-ietf-ediint <at> mail.imc.org]On Behalf Of Rishel,Wes
Sent: Sunday, May 07, 2000 11:28 AM
To: ietf-ediint <at> imc.org
Subject: RE: question

In reviewing the IETF drafts I have not come across a description of support
for XML. Am I just missing it or are there other drafts I should be looking
at?

> -----Original Message-----
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