There are two documents you may find useful for working with the XML Common Business Library-the xCBL 2.0 XML Interconnectivity Guide and the xCBL 2.0 Online Structure Reference.
To encourage its use in electronic commerce applications, Commerce One is making xCBL 2.0 available at no cost. xCBL 2.0 is the culmination of two years of work in developing a set of XML building blocks for electronic commerce. It builds on relevant information standards from ISO, IETF, and EDIFACT as well as the XML standardization efforts of the W3C XML working groups, CommerceNet eCo Framework, OBI, RosettaNet, XML/EDI, OTP, OASIS, and Microsoft BizTalk. xCBL 2.0 made important contributions to the CommerceNet eCo semantic recommendations (eco.commerce.net) and will be available in the XML.org and BizTalk.org repositories. xCBL has also been submitted to the new global electronic business XML initiative being launched by the world's leading EDI and XML organizations (www.ebxml.org).
The interactivity guide includes the following chapters:
Introduction to xCBL 2.0-describes component-based Internet commerce in which businesses build on other services to create virtual enterprises, markets, and trading communities. The chapter explains why we created a library of building blocks for XML documents, how this approach is intrinsic to CommerceOne.net products, and how XML document exchange compares to EDI.
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