BICS V2.0 Business Data Conformance Articulations .

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BICS V2.0 Business Information Conformance Statements … .d eclare YOUR precise data limitations for B2B Scott Hinkelman Senior Software Engineer

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About this Tutorial ALL ABOUT BICS – a presentation about IBM\'s BICS determination A BICS DEMO – an exhibition of BICS FUTURE AND DISCUSSION – a round table examination of BICS, intrigue, and contribution for it\'s future BICS V2.0

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All About BICS V2.0

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What is BICS "Business Information Conformance Statements" A detail to state accurate imperatives on business data. BICS V2.0

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Motivations The acknowledgment that expanded B2B interoperability at the business data layers results from custom data imperatives Most organizations can not utilize industry-level norms out of the container Customization of the business level guidelines is regularly required This is a characteristic result from industry-level consortium\'s casual/inexactly characterized particulars It is more hard to achieve precise necessities for determinations contrasted with working inside base level consortiums Some consortiums now expressly plan toward unwinding The nonattendance of, and requirement for, a solitary exhaustive limitation announcement detail Any sort of information configuration Any sort of limitation instrument Multiple limitation components BICS V2.0

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2 Industry B2B Constraint Trends and Reality Industry-level B2B gauges consortiums normally are Relaxed A run of the mill characterizes measures with mass optionality Difficult to get all individuals to concede to required fields Results in "kitchen-sink" principles Every conceivable component however none required Something everybody can consent to Significantly affects business-level interoperability Nothing new – since EDI days Some gatherings (OAGIS) unequivocally adjust to this strategy And enlarge benchmarks with custom accomplice particular limitations BICS is established in this Reality The requirement for multilevel B2B requirements Businesses characterize extra imperatives past a\'s measures out of the case need profiled – likely per business Maybe hack the outline, possibly a second pattern, perhaps another system BICS is established in this need BICS V2.0

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What BICS Provides A structure for characterizing Information Constraint Mechanisms Businesses trade a wide range of data over different bases A limitation component is data driven A requirement component is framework skeptic Constraint systems can be characterized for any arrangement of data – XML, double, and so forth Constraint instruments for data continue coming DTD, XML Schemas, RELAX, and so forth A Constraint Mechanism Processing Model How the limitation systems are to be prepared Sequentially, any request, and so forth BICS V2.0

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Some Capabilities utilizing BICS A Business can promote that it underpins a particular industry-level standard, yet with extra imperatives required for its business Standard Schema X with these extra limitations in Schema Y Many limitation components alone are inadequate for characterizing complete requirements. An Industry consortium can utilize BICS to indicate an exhaustive standard by utilizing more than one limitation instrument. Blueprint X with XPath affirmations Y A Business can publicize that it will acknowledge both of two sorts of data Perhaps a .jpg or .gif … BICS V2.0

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Relationship to Previous Specification BI-ICS V1.0 – beginning detail IBM-just determination Published on IBM DeveloperWorks 1/2004 Supporting IBM AlphaWorks toolbox discharged – BI-ICS4J Presented and examined at a few industry-level consortiums with positive input BICS 2.0 IBM-just particular Renamed (Simplified to simply "BICS") Complete substitution Same essential usefulness as BI-ICS 1.0 Simplified Now in structure Separate particulars Core system Specific limitation instruments BICS V2.0

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The BICS 2.0 Specifications BICS 2.0 (the center structure) Constraint Processing Model Abstract Constraint Mechanism W3C XML Schema Constraint Mechanism 1.0 Schematron Constraint Mechanism 1.0 MIME Constraint Mechanism 1.0 [other imperative components are possible] BICS V2.0

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BICS – Use Any Mechanisms to State Your Constraints BICS gives announcing data requirements utilizing pervasive systems, or whatever rises XSD sort framework BICS MIME sort framework Schematron declarations (Whatever instrument) BICS V2.0

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A BICS record contains an imperative preparing model. The requirement handling model contains one or more limitation instruments, and a pointer that indicates how to prepare the imperative components (consecutively, and so forth). The imperative system sort in the center BICS structure is theoretical, and is the essential augmentation point for characterizing solid limitation components. The handling of a limitation component results in pass/fall flat, and the general pass/come up short preparing of the BICS report is dictated by how the imperative instruments are considered inside the handling model. BICS 2.0 is Simple Constraint Mechanism Constraint Processing Model theoretical Concrete Example: W3C XML Schema BICS V2.0

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Defining a Concrete Constraint Mechanism A Constraint Mechanism can speak to anything that can have a usage for checking/compelling data Expressed in W3C XML Schema Build a XML Schema which gives a solid augmentation of the BICS InformationConstraintMechanismType. Add information particular to the limitation instrument <xs:complexType name="TreeDepthType"> <xs:complexContent> <xs:extension base="bics:InformationConstraintMechanismType"> <xs:sequence> <xs:element name="MaxDepth" type="xs:nonNegativeInteger" minOccurs="0"/> BICS V2.0

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Using a Concrete Constraint Mechanism in a BICS Instance Document A BICS occasion archive is the Conformance Statement Declare namespace for the solid Constraint Mechanism Specify a case of component sort inside the BICS handling model <InformationConformanceStatement xmlns="… … " xmlns:tdcm="… ." xmlns:xsi="… ." xsi:schemaLocation="… ."> <Name>… .</Name> <Description>… … </Description> <InformationConstraintProcessingModel modelType="sequence"> <InformationConstraint xsi:type="tdcm:TreeDepthType"> <Name>… ..</Name> <TypeName>Tree Depth Constraint Mechanism</TypeName> <Description>… .</Description> <tdcm:MaxDepth>4</tdcm:MaxDepth><xs:complexType name="TreeDepthType"> BICS V2.0

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Constraint Processing Models A BICS occurrence report contains an Information Constraint Processing Model Contains 1 or more Information Constraints Specifies a Model: Sequential: all must be prepared effectively, arrange matters All: all must be handled effectively, arrange does not make a difference Any: no less than one must be handled effectively, arrange does not make a difference <InformationConstraintProcessingModel modelType="sequence"> <InformationConstraint xsi:type="… … ."> ................... <InformationConstraint xsi:type="… … ."> ................... BICS V2.0

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Example 1 Two Schemas handled successively First outline claimed by a benchmarks association Second construction determines extra imperatives Could be publicized as: "We bolster blueprint 1 from guidelines body X and have extra requirements" BICS V2.0

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Example 1… . <InformationConformanceStatement xmlns="" xmlns:xs="" xmlns:w3ccm="" xmlns:xsi="" xsi:schemaLocation=" ./businessinformationconformancestatement.xsd ./w3cmechanism.xsd"> <Description>This conformance articulation characterizes two W3C XML Schema limitation instruments by referencing a URLs.</Description> <InformationConstraintProcessingModel modelType="sequence"> <InformationConstraint xsi:type="w3ccm:W3CXMLSchemaInformationConstraintMechanismType"> <Name>Industry standard pattern reference</Name> <TypeName>W3C XML Schema</TypeName> <Description>This requirement system, a W3C XML Schema for part data, and is situated at the URL below.</Description> <ProcessableConstraintURL></ProcessableConstraintURL> </InformationConstraint> <InformationConstraint xsi:type="w3ccm:W3CXMLSchemaInformationConstraintMechanismType"> <Name>Additional Constraints</Name> <TypeName>W3C XML Schema</TypeName> <Description>This imperative component, a W3C XML Schema has expanded requirement sorts for part data, and is situated at the URL below.</Description> <ProcessableConstraintURL> member.xsd</ProcessableConstraintURL> </InformationConstraint> </InformationConstraintProcessingModel> </InformationConformanceStatement> BICS V2.0

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Example 2 Two MIME sorts determined – data to be handled as an "any" First MIME sort is a . Jpg picture sort Second MIME sort is a .gif picture sort Interpreted as: "Data is conformant

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