This Service Interaction Profile Document presents readers with an introduction and purpose statement for the Service Interaction Profile based on the ebXML family of technology standards; it provides profile selection guidance, usage, and namespace references; conformance requirements; service interaction requirements; message exchange patterns; message definition mechanisms; a glossary, list of references, and document history; and an appendix with information about the document development team.
This document’s purpose is to establish a Service Interaction Profile (SIP) based on the ebXML family of technology standards. The document is organized into five major sections, in addition to the back matter with glossary, references, and document history information. The five sections include: introduction and purpose, which lays out profile selection guidance, usage, and namespace references; section two provides conformance requirements, with information on conformance targets, general conformance requirements (normative) and implementation notes and implications (non-normative); section three provides Service Interaction Requirements, including service consumer authentication, service consumer authorization, identity and attribute assertion transmission, service authentication, message non-repudiation, reliability, transaction support, service metadata availability, and interface description requirements; section four notes message exchange patterns, including fire-and-forget, request-response, and publish-subscribe patterns; and section five covers message definition mechanisms.
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