[REBOL] Re: business object definitions/where to start
From: robert:muench:robertmuench at: 6-Oct-2001 10:27
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> John Sequeira
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> Subject: [REBOL] Re: business object definitions/where to start
> Also, for more generic business objects, the two initiatives with the most
> traction are RosettaNet and ebXML. I'm not sure of the relative merits,
> but their specs might prove useful as starting points.
Hi, there are a zillion of different "standards" out there. I know some of them
and most of them are much to complicate without being very useful. A lot
initiatives try to solve all problems instead of focusing on the relevant
> If you piggyback your efforts on prior art, converting XML representations
> into native REBOL, you'll bootstrap it a lot faster and retain some sense
> of inter-system compatibility.
It's OK to take some of the ideas. IMO we don't need to create portable
definitions as I'm just interested in the Rebol part, if others want to use
these too, well let them convert the Rebol datatypes.
> An emerging initiative, that takes the approach I'm recommending is the
> Universal Business Lanugage
Thanks for the tip, never heard about it.
I would like to see a simple approach to get things working fast, get a feeling
for the whole process, and maybe start over again with the experience made.
There won't be to much work lost. Robert