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Modernizing the Flow of Information Between the Criminal Justice Agencies (H07)

Topic: 2007 NA

Subtopic: DB2 for LUW



DATE: 2007-5-8 (01:40 PM - 02:40 PM)
SPEAKERS: Fred Sobotka (FRS Consulting), David Gleason (Maricopa County)

The Integrated Criminal Justice Information Systems (ICJIS) agency works with multiple Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement agencies within Maricopa County, as well as agencies at the state and federal level to exchange many different types of information. We are constantly challenged to find new ways to efficiently manipulate and store these data exchanges. Many of those exchanges conform to various standards, such as the Department of Justice's Global Justice XML Data Model (GJXDM). Our Java applications use DB2 version 9 databases to process pure XML data exchanges. We have also migrated databases from previous versions of DB2 to DB2 version 9. We will discuss strategies that ICJIS adopted as well as some "lessons learned".

EXP. LEVEL: Intermediate

OBJECTIVES:

Demonstrate how pureXML provides valuable flexibility in an environment with rapidly changing document structures

Demonstrate how ICJIS uses various IBM products to facilitate XML data exchanges

Demonstrate the ease of mixing traditional SQL queries with XPath queries

Discuss lessons learned while migrating databases and applications

Discuss the impacts of various XML standards on processing data exchanges



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