Joint Latvian National Archive Information System
Diatom Enterprises is supplying custom development services to RIX technologies as a subcontractor for development of Government archive system VVAIS – the nationwide archiving system.
Project Highlights: The nationwide system for all archiving organization
The goal of the project is to create a single national archives’ information system to ensure state archive of information resources are available to the public and service supply with integrated, customer needs and life situations dependant, as well as storage and maintenance of state and local government documents and electronic data which would guarantee the state and its citizens’ legitimate interests and fundamental protection, operational continuity of state and local authorities and scientific progress.
The total project budget: LVL 982,732, of which (including 75% – ERDF funding, 25% – the national co-financing).
Project, which started in the end of 2007, includes Historical archive, Government archive, cinema and photo documentation archive and another government archive subsystems.
Receipt, management and storage of information. Access to information, its administration and management, as well as design and development.
Determination and editing system tiered access to files and folders inside the archiving system. Architecture provides two logically and physically separate parts – public and internal.
Quick search through folders and files of archive. Quick search on the most frequently asked search criteria.
Versatile and easy to use filter system.
The system architecture provides a logical interface with external systems – IVIS, Horizon, the time stamp service, the certification system.
There are currently about 450 computers in Latvian archives, which will potentially be used to work with VVAIS.
Programming language: C# .NET.
Database/Application Servers: MS SQL 2005.
Project includes Historical archive, Government archive, cinema and photo documentation archive and another government archive subsystems.