The European project MADE begins to pass the interoperability tests
August 21th, 2018
The European MADE project based on promoting the use of the exchange of electronic documents (eDelivery) between public and private entities, goes a step further in its implementation. Its participants begin to prepare to pass the required interoperability tests.
MADE consists of implementing six new access points (one for each participant) integrating the AS4 protocol, and their respective Service Metadata Publishers (SMP). The objective is to ensure that document exchange services are qualified in accordance with the requirements established by the eIDAS Regulation (Regulation EU 910/2014) in electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions).
The private entities that are members of the MADE consortium are specialized in Integration Brokerage, and have introduced the AS4 protocol into their different electronic solutions and developed their SMP. The implementation of each access point consists, in addition to the installation of the corresponding software, of positively passing the tests of compliance, connectivity, and interoperability. In this way, each and every member of the MADE consortium must pass these tests before December 31, 2018, which implies that the technical and administrative procedure carried out after these tests recognizes the correct interoperability between the different access points.
Agreement number: INEA/CEF/ICT/A2016/1278042
Action no: 2016-ES-IA-0063
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