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HL7 specified the core components of the “canonical version” of a [[SAIF-SAIF |Service-Aware Interoperability Framework (SAIF)]]. [[SAIF-SAIF | SAIF]]  documents the architectural practices and products which are used to specify interoperability. Any organization choosing to implement [[SAIF-SAIF | SAIF]]  should assemble its own Implementation Guide (IG). An organization’s IG contains interpretations and localizations of the canonical constructs defined in the [http://www.hl7.org| HL7] SAIF. in the referenced document, we discuss how to construct an organization’s SAIF IG  or include SAIF in an organization’s Enterprise Architecture (EA) IG.  
 
HL7 specified the core components of the “canonical version” of a [[SAIF-SAIF |Service-Aware Interoperability Framework (SAIF)]]. [[SAIF-SAIF | SAIF]]  documents the architectural practices and products which are used to specify interoperability. Any organization choosing to implement [[SAIF-SAIF | SAIF]]  should assemble its own Implementation Guide (IG). An organization’s IG contains interpretations and localizations of the canonical constructs defined in the [http://www.hl7.org| HL7] SAIF. in the referenced document, we discuss how to construct an organization’s SAIF IG  or include SAIF in an organization’s Enterprise Architecture (EA) IG.  
 
see also  [http://hssp.wikispaces.com/HL7+SAIF | SAIF Executive Summary and Implementation Guide Download]
 
  
 
The Project Services work group is preparing an [[SAIF-SAIF | SAIF]] Implementation Guide.
 
The Project Services work group is preparing an [[SAIF-SAIF | SAIF]] Implementation Guide.
 
[[Category:SAIF Glossary]]
 
[[Category:SAIF Glossary]]

Latest revision as of 15:50, 21 April 2011

SAIF Implementation Guide

This page documents the SAIF Implementation Guide(IG).

HL7 specified the core components of the “canonical version” of a Service-Aware Interoperability Framework (SAIF). SAIF documents the architectural practices and products which are used to specify interoperability. Any organization choosing to implement SAIF should assemble its own Implementation Guide (IG). An organization’s IG contains interpretations and localizations of the canonical constructs defined in the HL7 SAIF. in the referenced document, we discuss how to construct an organization’s SAIF IG or include SAIF in an organization’s Enterprise Architecture (EA) IG.

The Project Services work group is preparing an SAIF Implementation Guide.