Electronic Data Interchange-Internet Integration (ediint)
|Name:||Electronic Data Interchange-Internet Integration|
|Area:||Applications Area (app)|
Rik Drummond <email@example.com>
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is a set of protocols for conducting
highly structured inter-organization exchanges, such as for making
purchases or initiating loan requests. The initial RFC1767 defined the
method for packaging the EDI X12 and UN/EDIFACT transactions sets in a
MIME envelope. However, several additional requirements for obtaining
multi-vendor, inter-operable service, over and above how the EDI
transactions are packaged, have come to light since the effort
concluded. These currently revolve around security issues such as EDI
transaction integrity, privacy and non-repudiation in various forms.
Additional requirements that mimic many of the heading fields found in
X.435 EDI messages (e.g.; Interchange Sender, Interchange Recipient,
interchange Control Reference, Communications Agreement ID, and Syntax
Identifier) are also needed to support exchanges by point-to-point, FTP
and SMTP protocols. Many believe these heading fields are best
described in XML. Standards in these and other areas are necessary to
ensure inter-operability between EDI packages over Internet. Various
technologies already exist for these additional features and the
requirement is to review and select a common set of components for use
by the EDI community when it sends EDI over the Internet.
AS1 - Applicability Statement describing how current Internet
standards can be used to achieve this functionality for MIME and
SMTP. Security supported is object signature and object based
encryption only. RFC3335.
AS2 - Applicability Statement describing how current Internet
standards can be used to achieve this functionality for
Process-to-Process (real-time) EDI based on MIME and HTTP.
Security supported is object signature, and both session and
AS3 - Applicability Statement describing how current Internet
standards can be used to achieve the transfer of EDI or XML
data over internet in a secure manner based on FTP. Security
supported is object signature, and both session and object
Submit outline for the informationl requirements document.
Submit informational requirements document as an Internet-Draft.
Submit both Applicability Statement documents as Internet-Drafts.
Submit AS Internet-Draft documents to IESG for consideration as Proposed Standards.
Submit requirements document Internet-Draft to IESG for consideration as an Informational RFC.
Submit second applicability statement(AS#2)and the Security document as Internet-Drafts.
Submit AS#2 and Security Document to IESG for consideration as Internet-Draft documents for Proposed Standard.
Submit draft-ietf-ediint-req to the IESG for consideration as an proposed standard
Submit draft-ietf-ediint-as1 to the IESG for consideration as a proposed standard
Submit draft-ietf-ediint-hl7 to the IESG for consideration as a Proposed Standard
Submit draft-ietf-ediint-as2 to the IESG for consideration as a Proposed Standard
Submit AS1 Internet-Draft document to IESG for consideration as Proposed Standard
Submit AS2 Internet-Draft document to IESG for consideration as Proposed Standard.
Submit AS3 Internet-Draft document to IESG for consideration as Proposed Standard