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AIM – CeTARS Web Service Interface: Course Master Schedule and Other Possibilities. November 2008. Focus of Discussion/ Demo. Background and overview of current CMS Web service interface Demo of initial CeTARS and AIM sides of interface

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Aim cetars web service interface course master schedule and other possibilities
AIM – CeTARSWeb Service Interface:Course Master Schedule and Other Possibilities

November 2008


Focus of discussion demo
Focus of Discussion/Demo

  • Background and overview of current CMS Web service interface

  • Demo of initial CeTARS and AIM sides of interface

  • Discussion of “where to from here” on CMS and other potential Web service interfaces


The original issue
The Original Issue

  • Many AIM users have traditionally developed Course Master Schedule (CMS) data in conjunction with their AIM-based curricula

  • CMS data then had to be manually re-keyed into CeTARS both at initial curriculum development and at revisions


Background of automated interface
Background of Automated Interface

  • CeTARS and AIM technical teams worked together in FY03 to define data interchange requirements and develop batch mode for data exchange

  • CeTARS move to Web service vs. batch import made that interface obsolete

  • At Jun 07 FRB meeting, ATRC requested adaptation of AIM CMS output to interface with existing CeTARS Web service API



Implementation issues
Implementation Issues

  • Automate process of getting AOIT data into CMS within AIM - resolved

  • Collect all AIM user input data on FedSun and run CMS Web service to CeTARS from there vs. having to establish authenticated connection from every AIM user site to CeTARS production server - resolved

  • PKI-based authentication between FedSun server and CeTARS - resolved

  • Current interface supports single CMS per CIN – do we need to support CDP-level CMS data in AIM for input to CeTARS? - open


Demonstration of interface process screen captures in backup slides or live captivate demo

Demonstration of Interface Process[screen captures in Backup Slides or live/Captivate demo?]


Where to from here
Where to from here?

  • Other potential Web service data interfaces from AIM to CeTARS:

    • Test items and test data (ACR xxxxx)

    • Others ????

  • Mechanism to explore interface issues in detail and develop detailed functional, cost, and technical data for possible implementation – recommend establishing a standing CeTARS-AIM interface working group

  • CeTARS relationship to future Enterprise Data Environment (EDE)?


Proposed ipt
Proposed IPT

  • Functional Leads:

    • Denise Green

    • Melinda O’Brien

  • Technical Leads:

    • Paul Graf (AIM)

    • Mark Brockway (CeTARS)

  • Business process:

    • Brief kickoff splinter meeting in Orlando this week

    • Periodic Web meetings / demos as coordinated by Functional and Technical leads


Points of contact
Points of Contact

  • Ron Zinnato, AIM SSO, NAWCTSD Orlando, [email protected], 407-380-4667

  • Melinda O’Brien, AEGIS Training and Readiness Center (ATRC), [email protected], 540-653-6833

  • Paul Graf, AIM Team, [email protected], 443-276-4106


















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