2. Quick turnaround data rectification and verification reported from PIDM
3. Expandable to meet future PIDM requirements
The architecture of PDLS has taken a new approach with the focus of fast performance processing.
Using the Thin Client approach, this method has been proven to process data in a sectional manner by dividing (splitting process) and assigning bulk-processing tasks to the Server. The approach has also been taken to improve the report generation so as to retrieve reports in a speedy manner. As a majority of processes goes to the Server, the Thin Client becomes a more interactive and efficient response for the user.
Another fast-performing process incorporated in the PDLS is the Parameter-driven approach where processes can be controlled through its parameters. The processes can be prioritized and adjusted to process much faster.
With the use of Business Rules function, the SFF conversion process can be simplified and flexible to accommodate conversion changes and complexity through the use of a script-based processing.
Data maintenance of the SFF becomes much easier with the incorporation of the Drill-down capability. Records of the SFF can easily be located and retrieved for review and amendments.