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					OASIS OASIS Web Services for Remote Portlets TC
 OASIS has received the following statements or declarations regarding IPR
 related to the work of this technical committee.



 Submitted to OASIS on 25 March 2003

 IBM Published Patent Application Disclosure and Licensing Statement
 Regarding the OASIS Web Services for Remote Portlets (WSRP) Version
 1 Specification

 IBM submits this Statement, to the OASIS Board of Directors for the Web
 Services for Remote Portals Technical Committee of OASIS, dated
 January 29, 2003, for the WSRP Version 1 Specification (hereafter
 "Specification").

 IBM, as a Web Services for Remote Portals Technical Committee
 participant, supports the intellectual property rights disclosure policy in the
 OASIS Policy on Intellectual Property Rights.

 IBM patent and patent application disclosures are based upon the working
 knowledge of those individuals involved with the respective Technical
 Committee and do not represent the results of an IBM patent portfolio
 search.

 IBM believes the following published patent applications may, at this time,
 contain one or more claims which, if issued, may be Essential Claims with
 respect to the Specification.

 Boehme et al. "Distributing Information in a Markup Language Within a
 Computer System." Pub. No. US 2002/0116511, August 22, 2002.

 Schaeck et al. "System and Method for Dynamically Integrating Remote
 Portlets Into Portals." Pub. No. US 2002/0169852, November 14, 2002.

 IBM will, upon written request, provide a nonexclusive, royalty free patent
 license, with other reasonable and nondiscriminatory terms and conditions,
 for those patents issued to IBM which contain claims essential, in IBM's
 judgment, to implementations of the Specification and for which IBM is able
 to provide patent licenses (including patents issuing on the published


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 patent applications disclosed above), for implementing the Specification.
 This patent license is available to all entities. If a party requesting a patent
 license also has claims essential to the implementation of the Specification
 (hereafter "Requestor Claims"), IBM will grant this patent license only if the
 recipient, in return, will grant IBM a reciprocal license, with substantially
 identical terms and conditions, under the Requestor's Claims. If a party has
 a license with respect to IBM Essential Claims and acquires, by any
 means, one or more Requestor Claims and refuses to grant IBM a
 reciprocal license (with substantially identical terms and conditions) under
 such Requestor Claims, IBM may suspend or revoke the license IBM
 granted to such party.

 Any party wishing to request an IBM patent license, in support of the
 OASIS WSRP Version 1 specification should write to:

 IBM Director of Intellectual Property & Licensing
 IBM Corporation
 North Castle Drive, Armonk, N.Y., 10504

 Or fax to:
 IBM Director of Intellectual Property & Licensing
 (914) 765-4420

 Submitted by Chuck Adams, Program Director of Standards, Intellectual
 Property & Licensing, IBM Corporation wcadams@us.ibm.com, 25 March
 2003



 Submitted to OASIS on 20 March 2003

 To: OASIS Executive Director
 From: Mr. Chai Natovich, VP Finance and Operations, WebCollage
 Re: WebCollage Intellectual Property Rights

 WebCollage is a participant in the development of the OASIS WSRP
 Version 1.0 specification and the OASIS WSIA Version 1.0 specification.

 Consistent with the OASIS Policy on Intellectual Property Rights
 (http://www.oasis-open.org/who/intellectualproperty.shtml), WebCollage
 hereby notifies the OASIS Board of Directors that it believes it has at least
 one patent application with one or more pending claims related to
 compliant implementations of the OASIS WSRP Version 1.0 specification
 and the OASIS WSIA Version 1.0 specification. For example, WebCollage
 owns a published international patent application, DYNAMIC


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 INTEGRATION OF WEB SITES, International Publication No. WO
 01/77838, which claims priority to an unpublished U.S. patent application.

 WebCollage requests that the OASIS Board of Directors include in the
 specification documents a note indicating the existence of WebCollage's
 claimed intellectual property rights.

 To the extent WebCollage has or later obtains one or more patent claims
 necessary, in WebCollage's judgment, for implementation of the OASIS
 WSRP Version 1.0 specification and/or the OASIS WSIA Version 1.0
 specification, WebCollage will, upon written request and if able, provide, to
 implementers of the OASIS WSRP Version 1.0 specification and/or the
 OASIS WSIA Version 1.0 specification, a nonexclusive and royalty-free
 patent license, with reasonable terms and conditions, for implementing the
 OASIS WSRP Version 1.0 specification and/or the OASIS WSIA Version
 1.0 specification. The patent license shall be in writing and signed by
 WebCollage and the requesting entity, and it shall not include a license to
 any other intellectual property rights. If such entity has or later obtains
 rights related to one or both of these specifications, the requesting entity
 shall grant WebCollage a reciprocal license.

 All communications should be directed to:
 Mr. Chai Natovich
 VP Finance and Operations
 WebCollage Inc.
 462 Seventh Avenue, 9th Floor
 New York, NY 10018



 Submitted to OASIS on 7 February 2003

 IBM Published Patent Application Disclosure and Licensing Statement
 Regarding the OASIS Web Server for Remote Portals (WSRP) Version 1
 Specification

 IBM submits this Statement to the Web Services for Remote Portals
 Technical Committee of Oasis dated January 29, 2003 for the WSRP
 Version 1 Specification (hereafter "Specification").

 IBM, as a Web Services for Remote Portals Technical Committee
 participant, supports the intellectual property rights disclosure policy in the
 OASIS Policy on Intellectual Property Rights.

 IBM patent and patent application disclosures are based upon the working


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 knowledge of those individuals involved with the respective Technical
 Committee and do not represent the results of an IBM patent portfolio
 search.

 IBM believes the following published patent applications may, at this time,
 contain one or more claims which, if issued, may be Essential Claims with
 respect to the Specification.

 Boehme et al. "Distributing Information in a Markup Language Within a
 Computer System." Pub. No. US 2002/0116511, August 22, 2002.

 Schaeck et al. "System and Method for Dynamically Integrating Remote
 Portlets Into Portals." Pub. No. US 2002/0169852, November 14, 2002.

 IBM will, upon written request, provide a nonexclusive, royalty free patent
 license, with other reasonable and nondiscriminatory terms and conditions,
 for those patents issued to IBM which contain claims essential, in IBM's
 judgment, to implementations of the Specification and for which IBM is able
 to provide patent licenses (including patents issuing on the published
 patent applications disclosed above), for implementing the Specification.
 This patent license is available to all entities. If a party requesting a patent
 license also has claims essential to the implementation of the Specification
 (hereafter "Requestor Claims"), IBM will grant this patent license only if the
 recipient, in return, will grant IBM a reciprocal license, with substantially
 identical terms and conditions, under the Requestor's Claims. If a party has
 a license with respect to IBM Essential Claims and acquires, by any
 means, one or more Requestor Claims and refuses to grant IBM a
 reciprocal license (with substantially identical terms and conditions) under
 such Requestor Claims, IBM may suspend or revoke the license IBM
 granted to such party.

 Any party wishing to request an IBM patent license, in support of the
 OASIS WSRP Version 1 specification should write to:

 IBM Director of Intellectual Property & Licensing
 IBM Corporation
 North Castle Drive, Armonk, N.Y., 10504

 Or fax to:
 IBM Director of Intellectual Property & Licensing
 (914) 765-4420

 Submitted by Chuck Adams, Program Director of Standards, Intellectual
 Property & Licensing, IBM Corporation wcadams@us.ibm.com, 7 February



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 2003



 Submitted to OASIS on 31 October 2002

 To: OASIS Executive Director
 From: Mr. Chai Natovich, VP Finance and Operations, WebCollage
 Inc., 462 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10018
 mailto:chai.natovich@webcollage.com

 Re: WebCollage Intellectual Property Rights

 WebCollage is an OASIS WSRP and OASIS WSIA specification
 development participant.

 Consistent with the OASIS Policy on Intellectual Property Rights
 (http://www.oasis-open.org/who/intellectualproperty.shtml), WebCollage
 hereby notifies the OASIS Board of Directors that it believes it has
 proprietary rights related to compliant implementations of the OASIS
 WSRP and WSIA specifications. For example, WebCollage owns a
 published international patent application, DYNAMIC INTEGRATION OF
 WEB SITES, International Publication No. WO 01/77838, which claims
 priority to an unpublished U.S. patent application, both of which
 WebCollage believes are related to these specifications.

 WebCollage requests that the OASIS Board of Directors include in the
 specification documents a note indicating the existence of WebCollage's
 claimed intellectual property rights.

 WebCollage will, upon written request and if able, provide a nonexclusive
 license, with reasonable terms and conditions, for the OASIS WSRP and
 OASIS WSIA specifications. The license will be in writing and shall be
 signed by WebCollage and the requesting entity. If such entity has, or at
 later stage obtains, rights related to one or both of these specifications, the
 requesting entity shall grant WebCollage a reciprocal license.

 Best regards,
 Mr. Chai Natovich
 WebCollage Inc.




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