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Apr 12, 2007
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  2007/04/10
Last changed: Nov 24, 2010 13:47 by Yan ZHANG
Labels: tmg_stc, tmg_news
Title TMG Steering Committee Telephone Conference
Date 12.04.2007
Start Time 14:00 - Timezone: CET
End Time 16:00 - Timezone: CET
Meeting ID: 689508
Join Event Non SAP Participants

Agenda


Connection Parameters

EVENT ID: 689508

FIRST TIME USER: Please login 5 minutes before the meeting starts.

Online meeting > connect with PC first then with audio device!

This invitation is only for you, please do not forward to others.

SAP Participants

JOIN EVENT: Click JOIN Button in Outlook Appointment if available or click:
http://conferencing.sap.com//global/SyncEvents/EnterEvent.asp?campus=global&campusURL=conferencing.sap.com&Lang=EN&external=689508

The use of a PC headset instead of telephone dial-in is recommended!

TELEPHONE DIAL-IN NUMBERS:

  • SAP Germany (internal): 49-6227-7-55555
  • SAP US (internal): 1-610-661-4000
  • Europe (most countries): 00-800-4545-7878
  • US: 1-866-893-3308

Full list of dial-in numbers: http://conferencing.sap.com/global/default.asp?target=dialInInformationTELEPHONE USER-ID / PASSWORD:

  • Telephone User-ID : SAP User-ID > C=2, D=3, I=4 (e.g. D012345 = 3012345)
  • Password: Set 4-digit password once prior to your first event
    *https://conferencing.sap.com/global/ChangeTap> Note: Enter SAP_ALL User ID and SAP_ALL Password

Non SAP Participants

JOIN EVENT:
http://conferencing.sap.com//global/SyncEvents/EnterEvent.asp?campus=global&campusURL=conferencing.sap.com&Lang=EN&external=689508

TELEPHONE DIAL-IN NUMBERS:

  • Europe (most countries): 00-800-4545-7878
  • US: 1-866-893-3308

Full list of dial-in numbers: http://conferencing.sap.com/global/default.asp?target=dialInInformationTELEPHONE USER-ID / PASSWORD:

  • enter EVENT ID 689508# when prompted to enter a ID

SUPPORT

Please create a CSS ticket at component PH-ICS.

In urgent cases you may also call the hotline for your region:

  • Germany: +49-6227-7-42888
  • Americas: +1-877-661-1616
  • Asia/Pacific: +65-6768-6789

FIRST TIME USERS (not SAP employees)

Your computer will automatically be setup for participation when you enter the Event. The setup process should take less than 30 seconds on a fast network connection, but may take several minutes on a slow connection.

To save time later, you may setup now (without entering the actual Event) by clicking the following link: http://conferencing.sap.com//global/Default.asp?target=downloadnouser&flink=1&campus=global

Posted at 10 Apr @ 6:08 AM by gunther.stuhec | 0 comments
Last changed: Apr 13, 2007 02:23 by gunther.stuhec
Labels: ccts_odp5, tmg_news, ccts, ccts_odp5_agenda
Title CCTS - ODP 5 - Review of Draft
Subject Review of implementations into draft, next steps
Date 13.04.2007
Start Time 13:00 – Timezone: CET
End Time 16:00 – Timezone: CET
Meeting ID: 710785
Join Event Non SAP Participants

Agenda


Connection Parameters

EVENT ID: 710785

FIRST TIME USER: Please login 5 minutes before the meeting starts.

Online meeting > connect with PC first then with audio device!

This invitation is only for you, please do not forward to others.

SAP Participants

JOIN EVENT: Click JOIN Button in Outlook Appointment if available or click:
http://conferencing.sap.com//global/SyncEvents/EnterEvent.asp?campus=global&campusURL=conferencing.sap.com&Lang=EN&external=710785

The use of a PC headset instead of telephone dial-in is recommended!

TELEPHONE DIAL-IN NUMBERS:

  • SAP Germany (internal): 49-6227-7-55555
  • SAP US (internal): 1-610-661-4000
  • Europe (most countries): 00-800-4545-7878
  • US: 1-866-893-3308

Full list of dial-in numbers: http://conferencing.sap.com/global/default.asp?target=dialInInformationTELEPHONE USER-ID / PASSWORD:

  • Telephone User-ID : SAP User-ID > C=2, D=3, I=4 (e.g. D012345 = 3012345)
  • Password: Set 4-digit password once prior to your first event
    *https://conferencing.sap.com/global/ChangeTap> Note: Enter SAP_ALL User ID and SAP_ALL Password

Non SAP Participants

JOIN EVENT:
http://conferencing.sap.com//global/SyncEvents/EnterEvent.asp?campus=global&campusURL=conferencing.sap.com&Lang=EN&external=710785

TELEPHONE DIAL-IN NUMBERS:

  • Europe (most countries): 00-800-4545-7878
  • US: 1-866-893-3308

Full list of dial-in numbers: http://conferencing.sap.com/global/default.asp?target=dialInInformationTELEPHONE USER-ID / PASSWORD:

  • enter EVENT ID 710785 when prompted to enter a ID

SUPPORT

Please create a CSS ticket at component PH-ICS.

In urgent cases you may also call the hotline for your region:

  • Germany: +49-6227-7-42888
  • Americas: +1-877-661-1616
  • Asia/Pacific: +65-6768-6789

FIRST TIME USERS (not SAP employees)

Your computer will automatically be setup for participation when you enter the Event. The setup process should take less than 30 seconds on a fast network connection, but may take several minutes on a slow connection.

To save time later, you may setup now (without entering the actual Event) by clicking the following link: http://conferencing.sap.com//global/Default.asp?target=downloadnouser&flink=1&campus=global

Posted at 10 Apr @ 7:20 AM by gunther.stuhec | 0 comments
Last changed: Apr 10, 2007 09:26 by gunther.stuhec
Labels: announcement, tmg_news, ccts

The UN/CEFACT TMG is preparing a new web site, which is based on Atlassion Confluence. Especially these enterprise wiki based approach helps the TMG to improve significantely the daily standardization work and to collaborate and share all the required information for these work. Especially every active and passive project member of the CCTS project should actively sign-up and join the CCTS project at TMG web site:

  1. Sign up: http://75.43.29.149:8080/signup.action
  2. Join the CCTS project: http://75.43.29.149:8080/display/public/CCTS+-+Core+Components+Technical+Specification

How you have to sign up and join the CCTS project will be detailly explained at the user guideline: http://75.43.29.149:8080/display/public/Guideline#Guideline-1.SignUpandJoining

Why Joining this CCTS Project? 

If you join the CCTS project, you will get:

  • Additional authorization for this web-site that includes uploading of documents, direct editing, ...
  • Access to all required information of the CCTS project
  • Newletters about meetings, and activities
  • Guarantee that you'll be listed at all required mailing-lists
  • Project specifc online tracking of your contributions and comments, which will be considered for the future status of your membership and participants list at the CCTS specification

Which Information will be Provided? 

The new TMG web site has a well prepared structure for a better overview, for getting all information by a view clicks, and centralized finding of all required information regarding the CCTS project.  Additionally, the UN/CEFACT TMG will only use this web tool for showing and tracking the future progress of the CCTS project. Especially this web site provides the following information that can be reached by a view clicks:

  • Overview information about CCTS [http://75.43.29.149:8080/display/public/CCTS+-+Core+Components+Technical+Specification]
    • the scope 
    • the project chair, and project lead 
    • the project (ODP) status
    • the duration and progress of each ODP status, and
    • the aim of a specific year,.
  • Detailed information about each ODP step that includes (click on each project step)
    • all relevant information
    • all attachements that belong to the ODP step
    • all meeting information that belong to the ODP step
    • tracking information about the activities of the members

How will the Content be Provided? 

In order to eliminate the rank growth of different types of documents and decentralized storage of content, it is useful to edit the most of the relevant information directly at this web-site. Therefore, the  TMG website provides a number of templates that can be directly used for:

  • Project proposal
  • Requirements list
  • Call for participation
  • Call for contribution
  • Meeting invitation and agenda
  • Meeting minutes
  • Comment log
  • ....

The detailed user guideline gives you more information about the new TMG website: http://75.43.29.149:8080/display/public/Guideline

If you need further assistance or information, please don't hesitate and ask me.

Kind regards,

Gunther Stuhec

Posted at 10 Apr @ 9:21 AM by gunther.stuhec | 0 comments
Last changed: May 16, 2007 08:01 by oyvindaa
Labels: ucm_odp2, ucm, ucm_odp2_minutes

1.1 Agenda:

  • Presentation and discussion on contribution
  • Requirement discussion
  • Further work

1.2 Roll Call

Participant Organization
Anthony Coates MileyWatts
Jim Wilson CIDX
Scott Hinkelman IBM
Tom Glover IBM
Douglas Hill GS1
Günter Stuhec SAP
Nada Reinprecht Nemmco
Øyvind Aassve NorStella

1.3 Contribtion discussion

Tony Coates presented his contribution - see contribution paper.

  • Ontology - overused term, but important, focus on relations - needed in some industries like finance. A solution that is enough, but not more complicated than necessary. But the solution can also not be simpler than the problem we are trying to solve.
  • GS1 stress importance of backwards compability.
  • Simple metamodel, might have to add identification/groups.
  • Tony stresses importance of real worls examples in order to check the solution. Here is my business context - how can we describe it. Avoid purely theoretical exercise.
  • Important to avoid solutions where you have to name things very well, very difficult to succeed with in the long run.
  • Run-time - not fully fleshed outwhat all these opportunities might be. Run-time requires context information in the message - not only in the schema.
  • A certain level of inferencing necessary. Not overboard - full knowledge based system. If Texas can infer US without listing up every possible node. Problem with scope of inferecing - can be enourmous - model management issue. Only list the things we need.

1.4 Requirements discussion

Requirements discussion on Context Methodology:

Decision: Requirements deadline postponed until beginning of May on request of IBM. IBM may at this date if not contributing indicate a day of possible contribution that might be later than requirements deadline. Accepted by the group if delivered reasonably quick. GS1 and SAP are also considering contributions/ submissions on requirements.

SAP contributed with the following requirement proposals: 

Req.proposal: Context should be part of SBDH in order to convey the context of the message to the partner.

Req. proposal: Should describe in which language catgories/ constraints should be defined.

Ø Comment: where is the boundry of UCM. Model and process context, but not application (do i allow this rule, this field). UCM spec should not treat these things individually - cannot be complete anyway.

Req. proposal: Possibility to define super- and subcategorization structures.

Req. proposal: Technology representation should be provided as part of the project (might be done by ATG)

Questions to be discussed.

  • What should be contextualized? Modelling context independent of artifact it is applied to. UCM should not be responsible for content of the metamodel (i.e. categories and values).
  • Trigger behaviour - sending document from Germany to England means sending from one context to another. Possible run-time usage?

1.5 Further work

Weekly meetings: Thursday 08:00-09:00 CET and Thursdays 18:00-19:00 CET every other week.

Need to go through proposed requirements and formulate them for the Requirements document.

Go through wording in existing Requirements document. Wording should be more what and less how.

Posted at 10 Apr @ 10:22 AM by gunther.stuhec | 0 comments