Data Share

The ARMS Data Share client allows agencies to participate in any local, regional or national data share that accepts data using the Global Justice XML data model. This model is an XML standard designed specifically for criminal justice information exchanges, providing law enforcement, public safety agencies, prosecutors, public defenders, and the judicial branch with a tool to effectively share data and information in a timely manner. The Global JXDM removes the burden from agencies to independently create exchange standards, and because of its extensibility, there is more flexibility to deal with unique agency requirements and changes. Through the use of a common vocabulary that is understood system to system, Global JXDM enables access from multiple sources and reuse in multiple applications.

Ease of Use

Allows the user to export the complete ARMS database, or select records from a range of dates;

After the initial export, the user may set the client to only export «incremental changes»

Allows the administrator to identify a web service, FTP site or simple file shares. This produces automated functionality for the transfer of shared data;

By adopting the JXDM standard, different systems can freely exchange data.

The ARMS Data Share Browser is a reader of JXDM records. With this module, ARMS users can search the shared data of other ARMS users and/or import other JXDM records into the ARMS Data Share Browser

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