14-06-2019 Kick-off meeting
MS MD examples/links to agreed MD encodings:
Our discovery service is available in test environment and contains the two examples already available a few months ago, but updated with the protocol URIs and the other codes agreed coming from the INSPIRE registers, i.e.:
- First example: https://geodati-collaudo.gov.it/RNDT/csw?request=GetRecordById&service=CSW&version=2.0.2&id=ispra_rm:Meta_Geo_Faglie_DT000001_RN&ELEMENTSETNAME=full&OUTPUTSCHEMA=http://www.isotc211.org/2005/gmd
- Second example: https://geodati-collaudo.gov.it/RNDT/csw?request=GetRecordById&service=CSW&version=2.0.2&id=r_piemon:09e081cf-9d32-4cb7-a152-cffd7f70ef76&ELEMENTSETNAME=full&OUTPUTSCHEMA=http://www.isotc211.org/2005/gmd
Unfortunately, that test environment will be available for a very limited time as we’ll need to use it to test some new features of the national catalogue in the next days from 16 December and, consequently, it could be not available in those days. Consequently, you are kindly requested to harvest the metadata records as soon as possible (i.e. today :)).
Probably, we'll be able to make the discovery service available again after 19 December.
I send you a dataset metadata file with the "Protocol" code list into the INSPIRE MD code lists register. I hope it is right
Data set metadata: spaignLLM.xml
In the attachment you can find some test metadata and a description of what we have provided. We can set up a discovery service with this metadata, when the tests are performed. (it is a temporal one emptied every Sunday).
Those metadata records link to services containing the minimal metadata as also proposed.
In the “official” discovery service several metadata records contain already the proposed protocol and application schema elements with a value of the proposed code lists. Those datasets can be linked to the services both, by the official and the proposed way.
The Greek test metadata file is