One of the CDM group’s greatest successes is the implementation of real-time data exchange between the FAA and its customers. CDM’s success depends upon its participants’ access to real-time, current data to effectively plan daily NAS operations.
Determining the actual data and format to use when exchanging information is a methodical process. The CDM group must first determine which data are crucial to NAS operations and whether or not that data is in an acceptable format to be exchanged over the current CDM communication networks, the CDMNet.
Using the links above, you can see the data items that have been candidates for exchange, the work of the data integration team to format the data candidates, and data exchange formats and protocols.
Data Format Info Listing:
The TFMData interface documents JMSDD (Java Messaging Service Description Document) and XSD (XML Schema Definition) are available for download from the FAA’s NAS Service Registry and Repository (NSRR). (Latest versions of TFMData documents are JMSDD v2.0.5 and XSD v2.0.5.)
To access the TFMData Service documentation from NSRR:
- Login to NSRR at https://nsrr.faa.gov
(If you don’t already have NSRR access, new accounts can be requested here)
- In the “SEARCH” pulldown, select “Search Documents”
- Enter the following search terms, and then click “Search”:
- In the Results list, click on the desired document to view or save:
Note: The zip file contains all TFMData Service documents (JMSDD and XSD)