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Re: Secure ???? over the Internet
At 12:03 PM -0700 5/17/96, Rik Drummond wrote:
>Maybe we should add to RFC1767 a fourth application type called X12.58 to
>the existing three types of: X12, EDIFACT and mutually-agreed-to (Dave C.
>pardon my hacking of the actual syntax).
Isn't X12.58 self-identifying, internally? I.e., the spec was
defined in a manner the "delegates" the finer-grained details of
identification by use of existing X12 conventions. Does that not work in
Besides that, it was noted that X12 is U.S.-specific. Should we
not be oriented our security work to function in an international context?
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