IEC TS 62325-504:2015 - Framework for energy market communications. Utilization of web services for electronic data interchanges on the European energy market for electricity

IEC TS 62325-504:2015

Framework for energy market communications. Utilization of web services for electronic data interchanges on the European energy market for electricity

Status : Current   Published : May 2015

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IEC TS 62325-504:2015(E) defines the services needed to support the electronic data interchanges between different actors on the European Energy Market for Electricity (EME) in a fast (near-real-time), and secure way. At the same time, this Technical Specification can also be applied to integration problems outside the scope of IEC 62325-451, such as to the integration of gas market systems or general enterprise integration. Web Services (in WSDL) will be specified for the defined services, applying the Basic Web Service Pattern implementation profile from IEC 61968-100. The services needed to support the electronic data interchange on the European Energy Market for Electricity are:


- List Messages;


- Get Message;


- Put Message.




Standard NumberIEC TS 62325-504:2015
TitleFramework for energy market communications. Utilization of web services for electronic data interchanges on the European energy market for electricity
StatusCurrent
Publication Date19 May 2015
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
ICS33.200
CommitteePEL/57
ISBN978-2-8322-2694-0
PublisherIEC
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages50
File Size1.147 MB
Price£196.00


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