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Saturday, April 16, 2005

Interoperable ECM Standard

Last Thursday, Shiv and I met with Dr.Patrick Chan of OASIS - Dr.Patrick walked us through a detailed list of standards that OASIS has developed and is focussing on developing now. We were discussing that new standards may need to be developed for the LMS and Content Management System(LMS already has scorm standard to facilitate interoperability between LMS system).Informationweek reports,AIIM, the enterprise content management standards developer plans to develop a service-oriented architecture (SOA) framework for Interoperable Enterprise Content Management (iECM). The iECM project will specify a common integration layer between different enterprise content management systems and multiple business applications. The goal is to help organizations integrate content into business processes through a common set of standards for accessing, exchanging, managing and integrating structured and unstructured content.
The project committee will take into consideration efforts defined by OASIS, the JAVA Community and others as it drafts an international standard
. This standards development effort will provide end-user organizations, vendors and integrators with guidance for building content-centric applications and business processes. It will provide vendors with direction on how to evolve their technologies to deliver interoperable services. This is overdue - every migration, integration and upgradation of ECM initiative faces the challenge of non-standardisation for interoperability at present.

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