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(ebXML Message Service) Standard for sending e-business messages. The specification, which builds on the SOAP web services message format, aims to act as a neutral format for carrying messages between different systems, such as between legacy systems and web services applications. It is designed to work with any communications protocol, and the content (or "payload") of messages carried over ebMS can be in any format. It interacts with other ebXML and OASIS standards, such as XML-Signature, Reliable Messaging Protocol and Collaboration Protocols and Agreements, to add security and reliability features.

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Loosely Coupled articles:

Sending an unmistakeable message
An e-business messaging protocol that is helping enterprises migrate from EDI to XML could become an essential ingredient of web services infrastructure.

Useful Web resources:

ebXML Messaging Services Technical Committee
Website of the committee responsible for ebMS

The ebXML Messaging Service article introducing the main features of ebMS


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