Federal Aviation Administration
— Domino Application Development
PCN Strategies helps the FAA support one of their application systems known as the Certificate Management Information system (CMIS). The CMIS automated the procedures by which the FAA inspected and certified aircraft and aircraft part manufacturers. This program ensures that manufacturers conform to national aircraft safety standards.
PCN Strategies works with a team of Domino Developers that help support this application. The CMIS application is currently in a Notes/Domino environment, and pulls the data from a back end SQL database. The business rules & criteria are determined in the Notes/Domino environment. Currently, the team is in the process of moving the existing application to the ASP.Net environment. PCN Strategies’s everyday work involves the following:
- Design and implementation of Internet applications for FAA involving Lotus Domino front end with Microsoft SQL Server back end and integration with Tomcat Apache
- Domino Infrastructure, planning, analysis, and architecture
- Domino system administration and performance
- Design of Relational Database Schema for large web application for Federal Government
- Integration of DB2 with Domino using Lotus Script, Java, JDBC, LC-LSX, SQL
- Integration of Domino with Crystal Enterprise
- Maintain the current system in the Notes/Domino environment.
- Deal with the end users and trouble shoot the documents in the current system.
- Enhance the current system.
- Fix the bugs in the current system and follow the procedures to move the current system from Lockheed’s server to the FAA development server and then to the FAA’s UAT server and do extensive testing before moving it to the production.
- Worked on the test script for the Notes release request.
- Define business rules from the Notes/Domino environment and replicate the same rules to the ASP.Net environment.