ebMS Interoperability Product Directory and Test Results

ebMS 4Q14 seal

View the ebMS 4Q14 Final Report

CompanyProduct, VersionOptional Profile Tests
Axway Axway B2Bi 2.1 / Axway Interchange 5.12 / Axway Activator 5.12 XML Encryption, Automotive Retail
CLEO Cleo Harmony™ v5.1 / Cleo VLTrader® v5.1 / Cleo LexiCom® v5.1 XML Encryption, Automotive Retail
E2open E2 Cloud Connectivity (E2net 6.0.1)  
IBM IBM DataPower Gateway V7.1 XML Encryption
OpenText GXS BizManager v3.3 XML Encryption, Automotive Retail



ebMS 2Q13 seal
CompanyProduct, VersionOptional Profile Tests
Axway Axway B2Bi 2.0/Axway Interchange 5.11/Activator 5.11 XML Encryption, Automotive Retail
CLEO Cleo LexiCom® v4.5 / Cleo VLTrader™ v4.5 / Cleo Harmony™ v4.5 XML Encryption, Automotive Retail
GXS BizManager 3.3 XML Encryption, Automotive Retail
IBM WebSphere DataPower B2B Appliance XB60/XB62 v6.0.0 XML Encryption


View the ebMS 2Q13 Final Report

View archive of previous ebXML interoperability test rounds and product lists. (Note: Previously certified products-with-version are not certified as interoperable with the current list shown on this page.)


* Optional Profile Tests

Automotive Retail Profile (formerly known as the STAR profile)The Automotive Retail Profile is a profile test designed specifically for GZIP-based compression. The profile is based on recommendations from the Standards for Technology in Automotive Retail (STAR) consortium. The Automotive Retail Profile is appropriate for cross-industry use where compression of large messages is desired.

XML Encryption Profile (formerly known as the PHIN profile)The XML Encryption Profile enables XML encryption and SSL client authentication. Initially, it was proposed by and is used by the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention in the CDC's Public Health Information Network. The XML Encryption Profile is appropriate for cross-industry use where message level encryption and client authentication are desired.

DSA Signature Algorithm The ebMS 2 specification recommends the use of the DSAwithSHA1 algorithm for digitally signing ebMS messages. Historically this ebMS certification event has used the RSAwithSHA1 algorithm because of its widespread use in the marketplace. However, since the ebMS specification does recommend the use of DSA, this certification event offered an optional test to certify the interoperability of the use of DSAwithSHA1 digital signatures over both HTTP and HTTPS.


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