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Databases Used By The Department Of Correction And Rehabilitations

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Interim Parolee Tracking System (IPTS) is a database used by the California Department of Correction and Rehabilitations (CDCR). This multi-user system captures, stores and manages information relating to inmates paroled from state prison. Prior to an inmate's release from State Prison, a pre-parole package is sent to the region where the inmate will be paroling. Specific information from the pre-parole package is then used to update IPTS.IPTS is used extensively throughout the state to identify men and women released to the Department of Adult Parole Operations (DAPO). The IPTS database allows users to retrieve or input data based on the users privileges. Clerical staff is responsible for ...view middle of the document...

technolopedia.com). Our Microsoft Access databases are custom built to suit the needs of CDCR. Access is a powerful database program that will also query SQL databases if set up correctly.There are many server-based database programs that are available some of these include, IBM, Informix, Microsoft, Oracle, and Sybase. These manufactures make some of the most popular server bases databases. Unlike their desktop cousins, server-based databases can handle just about any data management problem you can throw at them. Developers love these systems because they have programmer-friendly application programmer interfaces (APIs) that provide for the rapid development of database oriented custom applications. If you are willing to provide the necessary hardware resources, server databases are able to handle a rapidly expanding amount of users and/or data (Information Week). Server based relational databases are the all-important data repositories that manage employee and customer records, financial transactions, inventory, and a wide array of other data retrieval functions required by CDCR.The server-based databases that we use utilize the Structured Query Language (SQL) Server to run security and transactions. The SQL server provides client computers with highly efficient access to database files. SQL is a relational database management system for building business applications with increased data protection. The SQL server acts like an engine providing enhanced performance for data access and delivery of data from your server to the workstation (www.microsoft.com). SQL server has many security holes that constantly need patching. If a systems administrator does not patch the server, a potential worm, virus, or hacker could gain access to the data. If the server...

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