One of the specialties of Xlab are interfaces. To allow easy connections between KeDo and third party applications, an API has been created. With this API, it is not only possible for Xlab developers to link KeDo to third party applications, but also for external developers to independently link third party applications to KeDo.Xlab developers are able to create interfaces that range from standardized "off the shelf" interfaces (for multiple customers) to custom (single use) interfaces for individual customers.
For Safety Houses, an interface has been developed with the Generic Case Consultation Supporting System (GCOS). GCOS has been in use for several years at the Safety Houses and within the judicial youth chain. These chain partners are dealing with complex problem cases. Solving these issues is central to the case consultations they conduct. GCOS is a secure environment in which chain partners can share the required information in a structured and responsible manner.
Many government agencies use our link with the BRP (Personal Records Database). Municipalities keep citizens' personal data in the BRP. When someone gets married, has a child or moves house, this is recorded. If someone moves to another municipality, the personal data will move with that person.
The BAG (Basic Registration of Addresses and Buildings) contains municipal basic data of all addresses and buildings in a municipality. Copies of all this data have been collected in a National Facility (BAG LV). KeDo links with this BAG to, for example, retrieve the rest of the address data correctly on the basis of a postcode and house number.
CORV is a digital hub that takes care of the electronic handling of formal messages between judicial parties (consisting of the child protection council, the police, the central judicial collection agency and the courts) and the municipal domain (the municipality itself, the advice and reporting center on domestic violence and child abuse, certified institutions and any authorized representatives). The connection to and use of the CORV has been made mandatory in the new youth law. CORV uses the StUF-ZKN standard (version 1.0) in the messages.
The KeDo CORV application is a complete stand-alone application that includes the full functional possibilities of the CORV routing provision. This makes sending and receiving messages via the CORV user-friendly and efficient.
In order to map out the messaging traffic about the provision and payment of healthcare between the municipality and healthcare providers, various standards have been developed for exchanging these messages. iJw (Youth Act) and iWmo (Social Support Act) are examples of these standards.