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Sunday, 21 January 2018
Note:

Since July 2008 the UBL TC moved their UBL Support Page officially into a UBL Community Site under http://ubl.xml.org . This is a community build site where everybody is free to contribute. We therefore decided to provide our input to that site and to stop maintaining our own UBL pages any more.

However, for archival purposes you still can find our old content here. Please keep in mind that the content might be outdated in the meantime.

-> please go to http://ubl.xml.org for latest community based information about UBL!

 
Projects Print E-mail
Here some projects that are related to UBL. Please inform This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it in case your project is missing:-)

 
Paper Print E-mail
  • Mikkel Hippe Brun and Christian Lanng: Reducing barriers for e-business in SME’s through an open service oriented infrastructure at The Eighth International Conference on Electronic Commerce 2006 (presentation).
    Comment by This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it : Contains some very relevant statements for the ABILITIES project, like stating that: a) very small SMEs are an important target group and b) limiting the set of rules for communication would reduce barriers. The paper also includes topics like: security, digital signatures, relaiable messaging and service registration/discovery.

  • Mikkel Hippe Brun, Brian Nielsen, Christian Lanng, Bryan Rasmussen: Large scale validation of millions of UBL Invoices with XML Schema and Schematron at XML 2005 Proceedings 

  • Mikkel Hippe Brun, Jan Brown and René Løhde: Adoption of UBL in Denmark - business cases and experiences at XTech 2005
    Comment by This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it : The work described in the paper is based on UBL 0.7. It does not go into technical details. It provides some impressing statements about the return of invest that can be realized. Validation of specific rules looks like one big issue.

  • Mark Crawford, UBL: The Next Step for Global E-Commerce XML 2002 - Conference Proceedings
    Comment by This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it : A description of the UBL vision at its starting-point. Including the relationship of UBL to EDI and ebXML.
 
Presentations (latest on top) Print E-mail

Note: The presentations listed below provide an idea and starting point to understand UBL. However, they are not up-to-date which means they do not include latest changes of the standards. During reading the presentations please keep in mind when they where created.

 
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