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Membership provides you and your organization with a compelling business value by enabling your entire organization access to all of the OAGi libraries and to the persons who form our community.  Learn more about the compelling value of OAGi membership here.

Download the Briefing "The Business Value of the Enterprise Edition"  See the differences between the Standard Edition, Platform Edition, and Enterprise Editions of OAGIS. you can download OAGIS here.

OAGIS JSON NDR and REST API Design Guide is now available on OAGi website

The purpose of this guide is to define futher uses of the OAGIS data model to enable it to reach the cloud, mobile computing, and the Internet of Things (IoT).  The OAGIS JSON NDR and REST Design Guide is available for download for all here

Newest Case Studies

Oracle Fusion Strategy - Adoption of OAGIS for Supply Chain Applications

Boeing Implementation Results - Full adoption of OAGIS

E2open and OAGIS in the Cloud - OAGIS as the E2open Platform

Land O'Lakes OAGIS Roadmap - Moving forward with OAGIS for XSD and JSON

   
  
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Register now for OAGi November 1 - 2  2017, Meetings

This is a short email to encourage you to mark your calendars for our upcoming OAGi Plenary and Working Group Meetings on Wednesday, November 1 and Thursday, November 2 hosted by Oracle in Redwood City, California.

We will be having our updates from Working Groups, the business update, and customer stories. It is a must attend event! you can register for this meeting here.

We are working on the Agenda and you can download the draft here.  This will be a tremendous education and networking opportunity!

Again, we invite you to mark your calendars and we look forward to seeing you there!


Breaking!
 OAGi is pleased to announce that it has released the contents of OAGIS in a relational Database.  The  XML and JSON versions remain, but this is a major event:  The first case of a true "syntax free" Enterprise Canonical Model!  

This gives our users unprecendented access to 
the OAGIS Enterprise Data Model.

Coming Next! The same team that did this effort is also building tools to enable generating "Expressions" of the data Model in both XML and JSON.  The primary driver for extracting these expressions will be context.  These tools will be available soon to OAGi members.

Many thanks to all of our members for helping to make this possible.  Special thanks to the National Institute of Standards and Technology, (NIST) a US government division of the US Department of Commerce for sponsoring this effort.

Access to the DBMS, installation scripts and instructions are available to OAGi members as a benefit of their membership.  Any OAGi member who does not have access already can write to the OAGi staff (staff@oagi.org) and they will make sure you receive it.

OAGIS 10.3 is now available for download.

OAGIS 10.3 is backwardly compatible with all OAGIS Release 10.X versions. In addition to some defect removal, Release 10.3 includes:

OAGIS Release 10_3 includes:

New Nouns:
- CorrectiveAction
- CorrectiveActionPlan
- CorrectiveActionRequest
- WorkOrder

New Scenario:
- 72 Corrective Action Request

Changes to InspectionOrder
Changes to TestResults
Changes to MoveProduct
Download Now:

OAGi members can download OAGIS 10.3 here.

Non-Members can download OAGIS 10.3 here.

OAGIS Classroom Training and Professional Services

Did you know that OAGi provides hands-on training classes and other Professional Services to streamline and speed up your implementation of OAGIS?

We invite you to see all of our services here or write to us here and someone will be get back to you quickly.

Jim Wilson to be CEO of OAGi on January 1, 2018

We are pleased to announce that effective January 1, 2018, Jim Wilson will succeed long serving (21 years) CEO of OAGi, David Connelly.

Jim Wilson has a long track record of success in his field.  Jim first came to us during the Chemical Industry (CIDX) merger with OAGi as Jim served as their Standards Director.  Jim has also contributed as great deal to the UN/CEFACT efforts on their Core Components work as well as running his own consulting firm.

Jim's work with OAGi includes his work supporting the Chem eStandards and helping OAGi customers implement OAGIS, Jim also serves as the Standards Director for AgGateway as well as CEO of AgGateway International.

Jim was graduated from the US Naval Academy (Annapolis) and he also has an MBA in Finance and Marketing from Indiana University.

We are pleased that Jim has agreed to serve in this future role and we know he will work hard to lead and serve the OAGi membership to ensure the future success of OAGI and it's members.

Presentations from April Plenary now available

The presentations form the April 12,2017 Plenary meeting are now available. They are availazble to all and you can download them here:

Oracle Enterprise Business Objects Contributed to OAGi 

We are very pleased to announce that Oracle has contributed their Enterprise Business Objects (EBOs) and associated IP to OAGi!

The Oracle EBOs are based on OAGIS BODs from a past release and no longer supported by Oracle so they contributed them to us to harmonize with the current version of OAGIS and preserve a technology path for EBO customers.


We take this as proof of Oracle's commitment to Open Standards and plan to say so in a press release.  I personally thank Oracle for this commitment.

The process of harmonization has already begun. Please let us know if you would like to join this Working Group
Inquiry@oagi.org

E2open and OAGIS in the Cloud:  We invite you to watch a short video on You Tube by our member, E2open on their use of OAGIS More here..

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Breaking! Jim Wilson to be CEO of OAGi on January 1, 2018

All,

I am pleased to announce that effective January 1, 2018, Jim Wilson will succeed me in my role with OAGi.

Jim Wilson has a long track record of success in his field.  Jim first came to us during the Chemical Industry (CIDX) merger with OAGi as Jim served as their Standards Director.  Jim has also contributed as great deal to the UN/CEFACT efforts on their Core Components work as well as running his own consulting firm.

Jim's work with OAGi includes his work supporting the Chem eStandards and helping OAGi customers implement OAGIS, Jim also serves as the Standards Director for AgGateway as well as CEO of AgGateway International.

Jim was graduated from the US Navel Academy (Annapolis) and he also has an MBA in Finance and Marketing from Indiana University.

I am pleased that Jim has agreed to serve in this future role and I know he will work hard to lead and serve the OAGi membership to ensure the future success of OAGI and it's members.

I will miss you all a great deal but I am happy that OAGi will be in such good hands.

Thank you for your support of OAGi,

David
Presentations from April Plenary now available

All,

The presentations form the April 12,2017 Plenary meeting are now available. They are availazble to all and you can download them here:

   
  

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AIA and EBO Harmonization WG

The Chair for this Working Group is Scott Nieman from Land O’Lakes.  The companies that are the members of this Working Group include:

Land O’Lakes
Oracle
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Archer Daniels Midland
Boeing
iBASEt

The Scope of this Working Group includes:

·         Provide an intake, review and migration process for Oracle submission of Application Integration Architecture Enterprise Object Library common XSDs.

·         Identify overlaps with existing OAGIS capabilities

·         Identify capabilities that would benefit OAGIS

·         Prioritize work effort based on actual industry use

·         Import into Semantic Refinement staging tables for conversion

·         Selectively convert to 10.x

·         Provide generalized mappings from AIA to OAGIS for migration; review of submitted subsets of actual used EBO XML nodes

Quality Content Working Group

The scope of the Quality Content Working Group is to create new OAGIS Nouns and Scenarios for quality and test related activities and integrations.  

Typical integrations are between a Product Lifecycle Management system, Laboratory Information Management Systems, Farm Management Information Systems (FMIS), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, and external Third Party Laboratories that perform testing services.  LIMS and Test instrument integration standardization and IoT for measurement readings is deemed out of scope.


Nouns released or enhanced as of OAGIS release 10.3

TestMethod

TestSpecification

InspectionOrder

InspectDelivery (deprecated in lieu of InspectionOrder)

TestResults

BatchCertificateOfAnalysis

ItemCertificateOfAnalysis

ItemNonconformance

CorrectiveActionRequest

CorrectiveActionPlan

CorrectiveAction


Work Activity

Incorporate SamplingProtocol (procedure to take samples) into InspectionOrder or as stand alone noun.

SamplingPlan is planned for 10.5 enabling communication of statistics-based sampling plans to ensure confidence in the test results based on sampling population, distribution fit, and sample size.

The Working Group has incorporated content donated by Infor, reviewed historical ANSI ASC X12 standards, and other standards/ specifications published by industry groups including medical, aerospace, agriculture, electronics, discrete and process manufacturing, food, and chemical.


The most recent Plenary presentation is available here.

Semantic Refinement WG

The Working Group Chair for the Semantic Refinement WG is Serm Kulvatunyou from NIST.  It plans to do this by developing an RDMS design to support the OAGIS Data Model so that OAGi can better:

  • Allow for import of OAGIS developer schemas
  • Allow for precise content contextualization
  • Implement a prototype, open source tool, which in addition to above requirements:
  • Allow for export of OAGIS contextualized standalone schema
  • Allow for import of OAGIS contextualized standalone schema

Status

The database has been designed and OAGIS has been loaded in and is being debugged.  The expression generation software is under construction.  IT is planned to support expression generation from context drivers defined in the tool.

Smart Manufacturing WG 

Mobile, Cloud, JSON WG

Chem eStandards Maintenance WG

Quality Assurance Working Group

You can find more information on any of these here.

Also, if you are interested in joining any of these Working Groups, or in starting a new Working Group, please write to us here.SD, javascript, XML, JSON, Cloud, Mobile, software, ERP, programming, javascript

   
  
                                                             
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