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Table of Content

1. Project Name

Project Name

Version: 1.0

2. Objectives

2.1. Purpose

The purpose of the project is to create Business Process Models and Business Class Diagrams to document the business scenarios and business transactions involved in the exchange of information about livestock husbandry, between parties concerned with breeding, and selling farm livestock and/or their products and by-products (e.g. milk, meat, eggs, wool, etc.)

The outputs will be the harmonized XML schemas to support the business process.

2.2. Scope

Scope of the project is to exchange information from one party to another party about the history of the traditional and untraditional livestock.

The exchanged message may include information regarding breeding, production, veterinary treatments, health status or diseases etc. of individual or groups of livestock.

The parties involved in the exchange of data may be the farmer and his parties (advisers), cooperatives, market companies, agro-food industry, inspection authorities, ..etc).

The livestock life record project facilitates the global electronic data interchange between these parties.

3. Deliverables

The deliverables from the project are:

  • A catalogue of Business Process Models using UMM/UML covering the Livestock Life Record exchange
  • A guide for users which enables them to select the model appropriate to their needs
  • The class diagrams of the business transactions for the creation of the XML message
  • The BRS and RSM documents
  • XML messages to support the business transactions

4. Functional Expertise of Membership

Membership is open to experts who have broad knowledge in the areas ...

5. Geographical Focus

The geographic focus of the project is global

6. Initial Contributions

Initial contributions will come from a variety of sources. A call for contributions will be made for ...
The following have expressed an interest in making such contributions:

7. Project Management

7.1. Team

Project Chair René ROGNANT
Editor Gaëlle Cheruy Pottiau

7.2. Milestones

Estimated Open Development Process (ODP) milestone dates:

ODP Step ODP Name Estimated Completion Date Comment
1 Project Proposal   Comment
2 Requirements List   Comment
3 1st Working Draft   Comment
4 Internal Review   Comment
5 Public Review   Comment
6 Implementation Verification   Comment
7 Final Release   Comment

8. Statement of Resource Requirements

Participants in the project shall provide resources for their own participation. The continued existence and functioning of the project team shall not require any additional resources from the UN/ECE secretariat other than:

  • Establishing and maintaining the project team's public Web site pages with appropriate links, document download facilities, and items of interest;
  • Establishing and maintaining the project team's public and private list servers.