Managing business lifecycle using ebIOP

Tambag, Y
Coşar, Ahmet
In this paper, we describe how ebIOP (an ebXML compliant B2B interoperability platform) manages the business lifecycle by providing an example scenario. ebIOP provides a common storage for ebIOP components (ebXML applications). ebIOP defines an ebIOP component to be a software implementation of one or more ebXML specifications which is a solution of an e-commerce pattern (description of an e-commerce problem). ebIOP contains a server that listens to a port over the TCP/IP protocol for client requests and provides one or more ebIOP components to interact with the partners of the company.


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Y. Tambag and A. Coşar, “Managing business lifecycle using ebIOP,” SOFTWARE-PRACTICE & EXPERIENCE, pp. 1217–1227, 2003, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: