Members Approve WS-ReliableMessaging as OASIS Standard.
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BOSTON -- OASIS, the international open standards Specifications for hardware and software that are developed by a standards organization or a consortium involved in supporting a standard. Available to the public for developing compliant products, open standards imply "open systems;" that an existing component in a system can be replaced consortium, today announced that its members have approved Web Services Reliable Messaging (WS-ReliableMessaging) version 1.1 as an OASIS Standard, a status that signifies the highest level of ratification. WS-ReliableMessaging allows messages to be transferred reliably despite failures in software components, systems, or networks. It enables a broad range of reliability features, including ordered delivery, duplicate elimination, and guaranteed receipt.
"Reliable messaging is one of the features customers demand most as they move to electronic business. The problem is that messages can be lost, repeated, or reordered, and host systems can fail," explained Paul Fremantle of WSO WSO World Service Office (Narcotics Anonymous)
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WSO Warrior Special Offer 2, co-chair of the OASIS Web Services Reliable Exchange (WS-RX) Technical Committee. "WS-ReliableMessaging addresses all these risks by providing a modular mechanism that identifies, tracks, and manages the reliable transfer of messages between a source and a destination."
Sanjay Patil of SAP, co-chair of the OASIS WS-RX Technical Committee, added, "WS-ReliableMessaging delivers a key element in the openness of an enterprise service-oriented architecture See SOA. (SOA (1) (Start Of Authority) The first record in a DNS zone file. See DNS records.
(2) (Service Oriented Architecture) The modularization of business functions for greater flexibility and reusability. ) and provides a critical building block that can be used in conjunction with other specifications and application-specific protocols to reliably handle a wide variety of SOA requirements and scenarios."
The extensible nature of WS-ReliableMessaging allows additional functionality, such as security, to be tightly integrated. It incorporates a SOAP binding for interoperability and allows additional bindings to be defined. The protocol can be implemented with a variety of robustness characteristics ranging from in-memory persistence scoped to a single process lifetime, to replicated durable storage that is recoverable in the most extreme circumstances.
OASIS president and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. , Patrick Gannon, noted, "WS-ReliableMessaging integrates with and complements the WS-Security OASIS Standard as well as other Web services specifications. Combining these standards offers companies many reliable, secure messaging options."
The WS-ReliableMessaging OASIS Standard was developed by representatives of Adobe, BEA Systems BEA Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: BEAS) is one of the major companies developing enterprise infrastructure software. BEA makes middleware, products that help software run on top of databases. , Fujitsu, Hitachi, IBM (International Business Machines Corporation, Armonk, NY, www.ibm.com) The world's largest computer company. IBM's product lines include the S/390 mainframes (zSeries), AS/400 midrange business systems (iSeries), RS/6000 workstations and servers (pSeries), Intel-based servers (xSeries) , Intel, IONA, Microsoft, NEC (NEC Corporation, Tokyo, www.nec.com, www.necus.com) An electronics conglomerate known in the U.S. for its monitors. In Japan, it had the lion's share of the PC market until the late 1990s (see PC 98).
NEC was founded in Tokyo in 1899 as Nippon Electric Company, Ltd. , Nortel, Novell, Oracle, Progress Software, Red Hat, SAP, Sun Microsystems, TIBCO TIBCO The Information Bus Company , webMethods, and others. The WS-ReliableMessaging OASIS Standard and the archives of the OASIS WS-RX Technical Committee work are publicly accessible. OASIS hosts the ws-reliablemessaging-dev mailing list for exchanging information on implementing the standard.
Support for WS-ReliableMessaging OASIS Standard
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ACORD Association de Coopération et de Recherche pour le Développement (French) , Adobe, BEA Systems, Hitachi, Microsoft, Oracle, Red Hat, and Sun Microsystems are at http://www.oasis-open.org/news/oasis-news-2007-06-21.php.
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