- An Introduction to ISO 15926
- How Information Exchange is Supposed to Work
- How Information Exchange Actually Works
- How Information Exchange Works with ISO 15926
- How ISO 15926 Works
- A Bit of History
- Long Tail
- Norwegian Continental Shelf
- Development of Standards
- Educational Material
- Getting Started With ISO 15926
- Other ISO 15926 Resources
- ISO 15926 is Like a Babel Fish
- ISO 15926 is Like HTML
- ISO 15926 is Like English on Your Cell Phone
- About the Author
Build a Façade With iRING
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Proof is in Matrix Subproject 8, Camelot
Once Camelot is complete, expected in mid 2009, organizations will be able to download what is known as the iRING components. These components will be available royalty-free to any organization that can use them.
he purpose of Camelot, is to demonstrate a working façade between several organizations in a realistic setting. Thus, Camelot will demonstrate the viability of ISO 15926. The project will demonstrate several things:
- That ISO 15926 RDS/WIP can be used to model various business objects.
- The publicly available tools can be used to set up and configure maps between legacy systems and the ISO 15926 RDS/WIP models.
- That publicly available tools can be used with the ISO 15926 RDS/WIP models to exchange realistic information between several companies.
The prototype tools being developed for Camelot will be released into the public domain when the project is finished. These tools include:
- RDS/WIP content browser
- RDS/WIP content editor
- Web service protocol
- Legacy to ISO 15926 transformation adapter
- Mapping editor
- Demonstration utilities