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OpenTravel™ Alliance Best Practices
This document defines the OpenTravel Alliance’s Best Practices Guidelines for all of OTA’s XML data assets. OTA approved message specifications released prior to version base 2001C may not follow the guidelines defined in this document. However, the approval of any OTA specification to be released with version 2001C (or beyond) will be based on how well it complies with OTA’s Best Practice Guidelines.

Type: OTA  #Views: 685  Category: Resource    

2003 OTA Advisory Forum Huge Success
The OpenTravel™ Alliance held its annual Advisory Forum in Northbrook, Illinois on September 16 & 17. Among the features of this conference were its industry experts and in depth analysis of the travel industry and the great progress OTA has made as a technological leader in the development of XML specifications in the industry. Over 130 individuals from the travel and technology industry attended the forum.

Type: OTA  #Views: 548  Category: Resource    

Enhanced OTA XML Specification Accommodates Multiple Travel Verticals
The OpenTravel Alliance (OTA) released Version 2002A of its Extensible Markup Language (XML) specification for public review. Addressing multiple levels of interoperability across the travel verticals, Version 2002A enables organizations of all sizes to implement complex online transactions. The public review period extends through July 19, 2002 with final publication of the specification scheduled for July 31, 2002.

Type: OTA  #Views: 595  Category: Resource    

OTA Specification Version 2003B released for Public Review
The OpenTravel Alliance is dedicated to helping the travel industry take full advantage of the near universal access to the Internet. Internet and related technologies can significantly affect the way the travel industry operates and reaches customers throughout the global economy.

Type: OTA  #Views: 520  Category: Resource    

Open Travel Alliance (OTA)
The OpenTravel Alliance is dedicated to helping the travel industry take full advantage of the near universal access to the Internet. Internet and related technologies can significantly affect the way the travel industry operates and reaches customers throughout the global economy.

Type: OTA  #Views: 659  Category: Resource    

OTA Holds Tech Spec Summit
One group trying to make heads or tails of this technological jumble is the OpenTravel Alliance (OTA), an organization developing connectivity standards by leveraging the near ubiquitous access to the Internet.

Type: OTA  #Views: 707  Category: Resource    

OpenTravel Alliance Releases 2002B Specification for Public Review
The OpenTravel Alliance (OTA) announced today the release of Version 2002B of its Extensible Markup Language (XML) specification for public review and comment.

Type: OTA  #Views: 567  Category: Resource    

OTA Publishes Version 2002A of its XML Specification
The OpenTravel Alliance (OTA) announced today the publication of Version 2002A of its Extensible Markup Language (XML) specification.

Type: OTA  #Views: 481  Category: Resource    

How the OpenTravel Alliance is agreeing an XML vocabulary
The OpenTravel Alliance has been working on an XML specification (tags, DTDs, infrastructure etc.) for use across the widely-defined travel industry since May 1999. Several political, organizational, and technical challenges had to be overcome to enable it, working with its over 100 member organizations (airlines, hotel chains, travel agencies, Global Distribution Systems, software companies, companies with large numbers of ‘managed’ travelers, etc.), to publish Version 1 of its specification for public review in February 2000. The challenges and the solutions to them are discussed.

Type: OTA  #Views: 475  Category: Resource    

The OpenTravel Alliance
The OpenTravel(TM) Alliance (OTA) published Versions 2001B and 2001C of its Extensible Markup Language (XML) specifications, which help all sectors of travel communicate more efficiently and effectively by simplifying the implementation and transmission of complex electronic transactions.

Type: OTA  #Views: 501  Category: Resource    

Enhanced OpenTravel Alliance XML Specification Accommodates Multiple Travel Verticals; OTA Releases
The OpenTravel(TM) Alliance (OTA) released Version 2002A of its Extensible Markup Language (XML) specification for public review.

Type: OTA  #Views: 576  Category: Resource    

OpenTravel™ Alliance Announces Publication of OTA Specification Version 2003A
The 2003A release enhances messages previously released and introduces three new message pairs, 2 for the Hotel Industry and 1 for the Travel Insurance Industry. Also new in 2003A, additional business scenario and instance documents have been added to the text section of the Specification. These were added to assist those companies in the implementation process.

Type: OTA  #Views: 485  Category: Resource    

OTA Affirms Commitment to Innovation in a Rattled Economy & Publishes Version 2001A
In the coming months, OTA will complete work on two specifications, supporting such cross-industry norms as the ebXML infrastructure and SOAP messaging. Additionally, OTA will release for public review in spring 2002 a specification that will become the foundation for all future messaging in the travel industry.

Type: OTA  #Views: 496  Category: Resource    

Travel Industry Leaders Commit to Implementing OpenTravel Alliance XML Specifications into their E-B
The OpenTravel(TM) Alliance (OTA) is witnessing widespread adoption of its multi-functional Extensible Markup Language (XML) specification that supports multiple types of essential travel-related transactions.

Type: OTA  #Views: 779  Category: Resource    

The Future of the OTA Specification…2004A and Beyond
An overview of the future and of the OTA specification…2004A and beyond.

Type: OTA  #Views: 435  Category: Resource    

ebXML Uses OpenTravel Alliance Specification for Early Tests
In its first plenary session, the electronic business XML or ebXML initiative announced two of its project teams will test early deliverables with content based on the OpenTravel Alliance specification. The ebXML initiative is developing the first common global e-business message structure and syntax based on the Extensible Markup Language or XML, and is holding its second working meeting this week in Brussels.

Type: OTA  #Views: 230  Category: Resource    

How the OpenTravel Alliance is agreeing an XML vocabulary
The OpenTravel Alliance has been working on an XML specification (tags, DTDs, infrastructure etc.) for use across the widely-defined travel industry since May 1999. Several political, organizational, and technical challenges had to be overcome to enable it, working with its over 100 member organizations (airlines, hotel chains, travel agencies, Global Distribution Systems, software companies, companies with large numbers of ‘managed’ travelers, etc.), to publish Version 1 of its specification for public review in February 2000. The challenges and the solutions to them are discussed.

Type: OTA  #Views: 191  Category: Resource    

The OpenTravel Alliance Releases XML Specification Version 2001C for Public Review
The OpenTravel Alliance (OTA) announced OTA's release of Version 2001C of its Extensible Markup Language (XML) specification for public review. Version 2001C includes both the ebXML-OTA mapping and best practices documents. Originally released December 21, 2001, OTA has extended the traditional 30-day review period to January 31, 2002, due to the holidays.

Type: OTA  #Views: 229  Category: Resource    

Update on OTA Specifications
The following list describes the focus of all past OTA specification releases and provides an update as to where things stand today:

Type: OTA  #Views: 216  Category: Resource    

Travel Industry Leaders Commit to Implementing OTA XML Specifications into their E-Business Architec
The OpenTravel Alliance (OTA) is witnessing widespread adoption of its multi-functional Extensible Markup Language (XML) specification that supports multiple types of essential travel-related transactions. With the recent publication of versions 2001B and C, the OTA specification is emerging as a significant contributor to next generation systems and applications.

Type: OTA  #Views: 196  Category: Resource    

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