Component Based System Framework for Dynamic B2B Interaction


Hu, Jinmin and Grefen, Paul (2002) Component Based System Framework for Dynamic B2B Interaction. In: 26th Annual International Computer Software and Applications Conference, COMPSAC 2002, Oxford, UK (pp. pp. 557-562).

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Abstract:Business-to-business (B2B) collaboration is becoming a pivotal way to bring today's enterprises to success in the dynamically changing, e-business environment. Though many business-to-business protocols are developed to support B2B interaction, none are generally accepted. A B2B system should support different B2B protocols dynamically to enable interaction between diverse enterprises. This paper proposes a framework for dynamic B2B interaction. A B2B transaction is divided into the interaction part and business implementation part to support flexible interaction. A component based system framework is proposed,to support the B2B transaction execution. To support. dynamic B2B services, dynamic component composition is required. Service and component notions are combined into a composable service component. The composition architecture is also presented.
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