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Les outils du commerce électronique

Abstract : Electronic commerce (ec) is a combination of practices, strategies, processes, applications and technologies, enabling business transactions. This paper focuses on software and technologies forec. In the first part, the different categories of applications forec are reviewed. A fully integrated solution does not seem to be the major trend. However, the “best of breed” approach implies an integration problem. The second part of the paper includes modeling languages andec applications core technologies. Theuml appears to be used at different levels in the development of anec solution. Web technologies are continually evolving:XML could be the language of the future for information exchanges between heterogeneous applications. The third part deals with component and application integration. In spite of converging standards for languages as well as for models, system interoperability is a major problem, when informations are to be shared and processes to be jointed. Two major trends can be identified: Web services and EDI approaches.
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Chantal Morley, Bruno Defude, Franck Butelle, Daniel Lang. Les outils du commerce électronique. Annals of Telecommunications - annales des télécommunications, Springer, 2003, 58 (1-2), pp.8--58. ⟨10.1007/BF03001003⟩. ⟨hal-00082531⟩

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