We have also documented the business rules for JMBL server implementations.
We have registered JMBL, the WSDL file, JMCDM, and the physical data models in the Metadata Registry and have had JMBL admitted to the DoD Information Technology Standards Registry (DISR) as a mandated standard.
We have implemented JMBL data servers at the Naval Oceanographic Office (NAVO), Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center (FNMOC) and the Air Force Weather Agency.
Because the JMDSF is built upon the JMBL standard, which is also being ad-opted by the Air Force, it can access all METOC data.
The JMDSF provides a robust toolkit with application program interfaces (APIs) that allow Tactical Decision Aid (TDA) developers to tie into multiple data sets using the same standard JMBL request and response structures.
Once the data handler is integrated into the JMDSF, it inherits the interoperability of JMBL.