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WISA Wireless Internet Service Architecture VM Virtual Machine / memory VP Viewpoint WWW World Wide Web VXML Voice eXtensible Markup Language XML eXtensible Markup Language This document is a part of the deliverable D4 produced in the task 2.1 of the Wise project. Deliverable D4 includes four parts: Part A: Architectural guidelines, Part B: the WISA (Wireless Internet Service Architecture) architectural knowledge base and its reference architecture (WISA/RA), Part C: Analysis of the pilot architectures, and Part D: Handbook of reusable architectural assets.This document presents a set of guidelines for describing the architecture of software systems in an abstract way, and for detailing their design in a more concrete way (for their implementation). This document presents a conceptual and a concrete view for the architecture of the WISE Data Management Component. WISE Data Management Component provides data management service for the WISE generic architecture. It also offers support for multi-point synchronization and transaction based data transfer facilities between two or more database nodes. The primary use of the WISE Data Management Component is providing a Content Delivery service for the WISE pilots. In practice this means that both in the server-side and in the client-side locates a local data storage and these storages are connected with each other wirelessly. The Data Management Component offers a controlled way to transfer content objects between these two storages. While the transfer is transaction based it can be restarted from any point of the transfer in error situations. Transaction base also allows a variation of pricing mechanisms for the content to be transferred: pay per view, reduced price against watching commercials, cheap hours for loading, etc. The Data Management Component is connected to other applications through ODBC or JDBC programming interfaces and it has SQL API for giving direct commands to the database. The database technology used as a platform for the component has been improved to wireless conditions based on feedback obtained in WISE pilot projects. The improvements to the product architecture are described in this document. Main enhancements are push type synchronization, improved performance in blob synchronization and improved management tools. This document addresses the requirements of WISE Service Management Component (WSMC) which applies to the first iteration of the WISE Project (see [3] for a description of WISA where the WSMC is introduced). In the first iteration we identify, starting from Pilots requirements, a set of 3 functional areas that provide a consistent set of features to enable Pilots to participate to the following scenario: users have contracts with a service provider and they are provided with a single userId/password pair to be authenticated by the different systems in the architecture users are enabled to manage (subscribe/unsubscribe) by themselves a set of services from a portfolio of available services users are charged for having subscribed a service and for using a service according to a stated billing strategy users are enabled to download client side code to have access to the offered service In the second iteration users have the enhanced possibility to regularly store in their profile informations about their location. Those informations are provided by clients by regularly sending data (possibly retrieved with a GPS) to the service component. The added scenario in this case is: after subscription users are enabled to download a client for regularly sending positioning informations to the server users have a GPS/positioning system and regularly provide (using the above-mentioned application) timing and positioning informations to the service Another enhancement concerns a new notification capability: it is now possible to send notifications to users with an event-driven approach. Both the application service and the Service Administrator are in charge for enabling/disabling notifications. The identified functional areas for Service Management Services which applies to the first iteration, described in this section, are: User Management: Authentication & Authorization and User Profile Management Provisioning: Self-Subscription and Client Code Download Billing: Accounting and Mediation/Rating Enhancements specific to second iteration refer to: Monitoring: Notification and Positioning