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  • Getting Ready for STEVEMapping Tools for STEVE

    William R. Bolton, Jr.State Registrar and DirectorDivision of Vital Records AdministrationNew Hampshire Department of State

    2008 NAPHSIS Annual MeetingCelebrating 75 Years of ExcellenceOrlando, FL June 1st 5th, 2008

    2008 NAPHSIS Annual MeetingCelebrating 75 Years of ExcellenceOrlando, FL June 1st 5th, 2008

    NHVRINweb DevelopmentNHVRINweb = New Hampshire Vital Records Information Network webhttp://nhvrinweb.sos.nh.govReal-time birth, death, marriage and divorce WDQS2005-2007 project involving NH DVRA/NCHS/Constella partnership10/30/07 implementation

    2008 NAPHSIS Annual MeetingCelebrating 75 Years of ExcellenceOrlando, FL June 1st 5th, 2008

    NHVRINweb Development3 part developmentPresentation layerDatabase layerETL ToolExtraction, Translation (into IJE format) and Load (into an ODS)Scripting EngineViewer for viewing IJE dataDovetails nicely with STEVE

    2008 NAPHSIS Annual MeetingCelebrating 75 Years of ExcellenceOrlando, FL June 1st 5th, 2008

    NHVRINweb DevelopmentETL tool as originally specified was derailed due to problematic DBANH ETL tool was developed specifically for Oracle DBCould be shared, but presently tailored to NH Oracle databaseTime consuming to further modify for useful software tool

    2008 NAPHSIS Annual MeetingCelebrating 75 Years of ExcellenceOrlando, FL June 1st 5th, 2008

    Current State IssuesMultiple Source Database PlatformsOracle, MySQL, SQL Server, PostgreSQLVarying Source Database DesignsComplex & limited sharing of crosswalk and transformation data and code

    2008 NAPHSIS Annual MeetingCelebrating 75 Years of ExcellenceOrlando, FL June 1st 5th, 2008

    ETL Application

    2008 NAPHSIS Annual MeetingCelebrating 75 Years of ExcellenceOrlando, FL June 1st 5th, 2008

    Components & FeaturesEmbedded DatabaseTransformation data & crosswalksTransformation data managementImport & ExportProvides support for sharing and maintaining transformation data

    2008 NAPHSIS Annual MeetingCelebrating 75 Years of ExcellenceOrlando, FL June 1st 5th, 2008

    Components & FeaturesScripting EngineTransparent Easy code sharingNot a black boxFull featured C# languageLibraries for accessing, managing & validating IJE formatted dataColocated reference information is used to verify that translation worked correctly

    2008 NAPHSIS Annual MeetingCelebrating 75 Years of ExcellenceOrlando, FL June 1st 5th, 2008

    Components & FeaturesManagement UISchedulingConnection managementRule & crosswalk editingReporting & Logging

    2008 NAPHSIS Annual MeetingCelebrating 75 Years of ExcellenceOrlando, FL June 1st 5th, 2008

    Thats Nice; but Where Do We Go From Here?Piggy-back on work already doneGeneric version ETL is 1/3 to 1/2 doneEstimated 1-3 months to complete developmentNeed test environments at several states

    2008 NAPHSIS Annual MeetingCelebrating 75 Years of ExcellenceOrlando, FL June 1st 5th, 2008

    Thats Nice; but Where Do We Go From Here?Options for Integration Based on Registration Areas Level of Comfort:Use local IT staff to integrate and maintain ETLUse developer to integrate tool and local IT staff can maintainUse developer to integrate and maintain

    2008 NAPHSIS Annual MeetingCelebrating 75 Years of ExcellenceOrlando, FL June 1st 5th, 2008

    Thats Nice; but Where Do We Go From Here?Likely savings in level of effort if states with similar software are able to partner with ETL configurationSingle ETL will benefit ease of incorporating future IJE modificationsAncillary Benefit WDQS

    2008 NAPHSIS Annual MeetingCelebrating 75 Years of ExcellenceOrlando, FL June 1st 5th, 2008

    Thats Nice; but Where Do We Go From Here?Investigate AlternativesRegistration areas already report an IJE-Lite file to NCHSRegistration area may be able to use DTS tools that SQL Server providesRegistration area may use current EBR/EDR software developer to further develop output files

    2008 NAPHSIS Annual MeetingCelebrating 75 Years of ExcellenceOrlando, FL June 1st 5th, 2008

    Questions?William R. Bolton, Jr.State Registrar and DirectorDivision of Vital Records AdministrationNew Hampshire Department of Statewilliam.bolton@sos.nh.gov

    Mark Millers presentation Kirsten ONeill Pats *3000 usersAll 50 states and Washington DC

    *$13,000 - $40,000 with current contract NH has with developer**Once you are collecting and reporting data in near real-time, you may want to integrate a real-time WDQS (development already done)*Data Transformation Services. A Microsoft product utilizing Visual Basic to control bulk loading and reformatting of data from one data source to another*