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Reengineering business for success in the Internet age : business-to-business E-commerce strategies

Author: Debra Cameron
Publisher: Charleston, SC : Computer Technology Research Corp., 2000.
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This report provides information technology (IT) managers with the information they need to formulate business-to-business (B2B) strategies and examines the critical applications for implementing  Read more...

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Cameron, Debra.
Reengineering business for success in the Internet age.
Charleston, SC : Computer Technology Research Corp., 2000
(OCoLC)894877300
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Debra Cameron
ISBN: 1566070848 9781566070843
OCLC Number: 43569371
Description: v, 190 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: The Market for Business-to-Business E-commerce 5 --
The Legacy Connection 8 --
The Role of Application Servers in E-commerce Development 10 --
Java's Strategic Role in Enterprise Application Development 10 --
Unified Directories through LDAP and Metadirectories 12 --
XML: A Foundational Technology for B2B E-commerce 12 --
Strategic Uses for XML 17 --
XML as an Application Integration Solution 19 --
XML's Role in Legacy Systems Integration 20 --
2. XML's Importance to E-business Reengineering 23 --
XML versus Hypertext Markup Language 23 --
XML's Roots in Standard Generalized Markup Language 25 --
Client-side XML versus Server-side XML 27 --
XML Standards Process and Politics 29 --
Uses for XML 32 --
XML in Network Management 32 --
Tailoring Web Sites for Alternative Internet Access Devices 33 --
Exchanging Forms Data 34 --
Graphics and Multimedia 34 --
Content Management 35 --
Enabling Online Collaboration on Complex Documents 35 --
Sophisticated Dynamic Data Management 36 --
Connecting Disparate Applications 36 --
Repurposing Information 38 --
Managing Multilingual Sites 39 --
3. Reengineering Efforts in Vertical Markets 41 --
Cross-industry Standards 42 --
Commerce. Net's eCo Framework 42 --
Information Content and Exchange 43 --
ebXML 44 --
E-commerce Modeling Language 45 --
Microsoft's BizTalk Framework 46 --
Vertical Industry-specific XML Standards 49 --
The Computer and Electronics Industry: RosettaNet 50 --
The Entertainment Industry 52 --
Real Estate 53 --
The Construction Industry 54 --
The Banking Industry 55 --
Accounting 62 --
Law 63 --
The Automotive Industry 64 --
The Travel Industry 65 --
Publishing: Classified Advertisements 66 --
4. Electronic Data Interchange and XML 67 --
EDI Background: Strengths and Weaknesses 68 --
XML for EDI? Strengths and Weaknesses 69 --
XML-based EDI Compared to Internet EDI Efforts 70 --
XML and EDI Integration Efforts 71 --
XML-based EDI Standards Initiatives 73 --
Integration without the Internet and XML 74 --
Outsourcing the Interface with Trading Partners 76 --
5. XML's Relationship to Leading-edge Reengineering Technologies 79 --
XML Technologies: The Implications for Application Reengineering 79 --
The Advantages and Disadvantages of XML-based Data 79 --
Namespaces: Managing Redundancy in Tag Names 80 --
Document Type Definition Design Considerations 80 --
Schemas: Strong Data Typing beyond Document Type Definitions 81 --
The Document Object Model and Simple Application Program Interface for XML 83 --
The Need for Parsers 84 --
XML Transformation 87 --
XML as Middleware 88 --
XML, Common Object Request Broker Architecture, and Component Object Model 89 --
Bridging Common Object Request Broker Architecture and Component Object Model 90 --
XML Support from Middleware Vendors 91 --
XML's Relationship to Databases 92 --
XML's Relationship to Java: Complementary or Competitive? 94 --
Sun Project X 96 --
How XML and Java Are Used Together 96 --
6. Reengineering Tools 99 --
Application Servers 99 --
From Common Gateway Interface Scripts to Scalability 99 --
Systems Integrators 101 --
Ease of Implementation 102 --
Reliability and Load Balancing 103 --
Supporting More Complex Applications 104 --
Security and Directory Services 104 --
The Legacy Connection 105 --
XML and Enterprise JavaBeans Support in Application Servers 105 --
Implementing Application Servers 106 --
XML Tools 109 --
Bluestone XML-Server 109 --
Microsoft BizTalk Server Plans 112 --
Object Design eXcelon 113 --
Extricity Software Alliance Product Line 115 --
XML Solutions ExeterXML Server and XAI Strategy 119 --
webMethods B2B Integration Server 119 --
NetFish XDI Server 120 --
Scriptics Connect 121 --
XML Development Tools 122 --
Bluestone Visual-XML 123 --
Icon Information Systems XML Spy 123 --
Vervet Logic XML Pro 124 --
XML Authoring Tools 124 --
7. Directories: A Foundational Technology for E-business Reengineering 125 --
The Problem 125 --
LDAP: Internet Directory Standard 130 --
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol versus X.500 130 --
How Lightweight Directory Access Protocol Operates 132 --
Security in Lightweight Directory Access Protocol 132 --
What Lightweight Directory Access Protocol Cannot Do (Yet) 133 --
XML and Directory Services 134 --
Beyond Lightweight Directory Access Protocol: Metadirectories 137 --
The Importance of Directories to E-business Reengineering 139 --
Steps to Directory Integration 139 --
8. E-business Security 141 --
The Business Benefits of Public Key Encryption 141 --
How Digital Certificates Operate 143 --
Issuing Digital Certificates to Customers and Business Partners 145 --
The Importance of Directory Services 145 --
PKI: Overall Problems and Potential Solutions 148 --
Keeping Private Keys Private 148 --
Digital Certificate Portability 148 --
Digital Signature Legality 149 --
Securing XML 149 --
Banking Initiatives and XML Security 152 --
RosettaNet Security 153 --
Secure Industrywide Extranets 153 --
Automotive Network Exchange 153 --
IDEA IDXchange 154 --
IVANS' Insurance Industry Extranet 154 --
Building Security into a Document Type Definition Real Estate Listing Markup Language 156 --
9. Formulating an Internet Reengineering Strategy 157 --
Why XML Will Bring the Web to the Next Stage of Development 157 --
The Current Status of XML Technology 159 --
XML Is Not Enough 159 --
The Next Generation Is More Difficult than the First 161 --
XML: The Bulkiest Data Interchange Format Available 161 --
XML's Lack of Security Must Be Addressed 162 --
Browser Support for XML 162 --
The Unintended Consequences of XML 162 --
Standards Development Issues 163 --
XML Implementation 165 --
XML Training and Certification Opportunities 166 --
Formulating an XML Strategy 166 --
Bridging Past, Present, and Future 167 --
A. Online XML Resources 169 --
B. The Status of XML Standards 173 --
C. XML Development in Vertical Industries 177 --
1.1 Business-to-Business versus Consumer E-commerce --
1.2 Worldwide Corporate Investments in Web Technology --
1.3 Java Implementation --
1.4 Languages Widely Used for Development Projects --
1.5 Growth of XML Tools, Products, and Services --
1.6 Business Goals for Which XML Is Considered Vital --
1.7 Competitive Advantages Derived from Using XML --
2.1 World Wide Web Consortium Standards Process --
2.2 Motivations for Implementing XML --
3.2 BIPS Component Architecture.
Responsibility: Debra Cameron.

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