RosettaNet published a Web services Profile in September
Contributors In this article Summary: The User Profile service stores information about users in a central location. It enables My Sites, social computing features such as social tagging and newsfeeds, and creating and distributing profiles across multiple sites and farms.
It is also required by most SharePoint hybrid scenarios. The User Profile service application The User Profile service application in SharePoint Server provides a central location where service administrators configure and administer the following features: User profiles - contain detailed information about people in an organization.
A user profile organizes and displays all of the properties related to each user, together with social tags, documents, and other items related to that user.
Profile synchronization - provides a reliable way to synchronize groups and user profile information that is stored in the SharePoint Server profile database together with information that is stored in Active Directory Directory Services. In SharePoint Serveryou can synchronize directly with other directories across the enterprise.
In SharePoint Serveryou can synchronize with other directories by using an external identity manager such as Microsoft Identity Manager Audiences - enables organizations to target content to users based on their job or task, as defined by their membership in a SharePoint Server group or distribution list, by the organizational reporting structure, or by the public properties in their user profiles.
My Site Host - a dedicated site for hosting My Sites. My Site - a personal site that gives users in your organization a central location to manage and store documents, links, and information about colleagues. Social tags and notes - enables users to add social tags to documents, to other SharePoint Server items, and to other items, such as external web pages and blog posts.
Administrators can delete all tags for employees when they leave the company or remove a tag they do not want.
These features make it possible for users in an organization to share information and to stay informed about what happens within the organization.
Social tags, for example, enable users to tag and track the information in which they are most interested. Users can be alerted when people with which they work author new blog posts or when there is a change in organizational metadata.
Like other service applications in SharePoint Server, farm administrators can delegate the administration of all or part of the User Profile service application to one or more service application administrators.
This enables the User Profile service application to be managed by the appropriate business group. One administrator can manage all areas of the User Profile service application or areas can be isolated and managed by different administrators.
For example, one administrator can manage My Sites while a different administrator manages social tags and notes. The User Profile service application can be restricted and made available only to certain departments or sets of sites based on business need, security restrictions, and budgets.
User profile databases When you create a User Profile service application, SharePoint Server creates three databases for storing user profile information and associated data: Profile database - used to store user profile information.RosettaNet Implementation Framework v (RNIF ) —The RNIF is an open, common networked-application framework designed to allow RosettaNet supply chain and solution partners to collaborate in executing RosettaNet PIPs.
RosettaNet Implementation Framework v (RNIF ) —The RNIF is an open, common networked-application framework designed to allow RosettaNet supply chain and solution partners to collaborate in executing RosettaNet PIPs.
RosettaNet Profile Service Note: This is an internal service that should not be used externally for steps in creating business processes because it is subject to change without notice, and its use may cause unpredictable results and loss of data.
How the RosettaNet Message Parser Service Works. The RosettaNet Message Parser service parses an RNIF or message, storing the extracted headers in process data, and places service content and attachments as the body of the IBM Sterling B2B Integrator documents.
Uses standard trading profile objects to decrypt or verify signatures, if necessary. RosettaNet standards, also referred to as Partner Interface Process (PIP), are developed by users for users.
RosettaNet messages are global, universally accepted, and . Summary: This document provides an overview of integration of 3 rd party logistics (3PL) using the RosettaNet Partner Interface Processes (PIPs).
This document also covers the communication process between two trading partners with standard messages having terms and conditions associated with them.