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System Architecture

The AES System utilizes a n-tier architecture approach to the assembly and delivery of enterprise information solutions.

System Domain Designer – system management tools for building the service infrastructure including:

  • System Navigation – system linking of pages in the system

  • Application Pages – set up and configuration of the Active Service Pages in the system containing the applications

  • Database Configuration – for relating structured data to system processes

  • Security Administration - for setting up credentials to access the system as well as what features a given user can use in the system

Library Editor – an integrated Application Editor for building and configuring applications that reside in the system infrastructure without writing code

  • User interface design (GUI)

  • Application logic and workflow

  • Data table relationships (dynamic)

  • Security (up to 3 factor authentication)

  • Roles and permissions

  • Error management (centralize log) - Windows management

  • Control property management

  • Control event management

  • Menu functions management

  • Record management (add, save, delete…)

  • 3rd Party Apps integration via Microsoft Visual Studio

AES Component Library – a full suite of components and services for building applications in the system

  • Forms and Record Management

  • Communication Services

  • Scheduling Tools - Help Systems

  • Reporting Services

  • Grid / Table Display components

Assembly Engine – manages the configuration of the system applications and all infrastructure assembly surrounding the delivery of the applications

System Management Tools for:

  • System deployment tools

  • System access management tools

  • Logging of all activities in the system for tracking and testing purposes

  • System testing tools

  • Batch processing of data

  • Server load balancing

Integrated User Access – provides a secure application browser with integrated authentication and tracking of user activities