CY - DLS: Geoportal workflow for establishing links between data sets and network services
|Status:||Feedback||Start date:||26 Nov 2018|
|Assignee:||Angelo Quaglia||% Done:|
|Submitting Organisation:||CY - DLS||Knowledge-Base relevant?:|
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We have some quesitons regarding the documentation provided to us as a supportive document for answering the Questionaire "Survey on the INSPIRE Geoportal Workshop
for MS experts 23-24 January 2019".
We are confused on what is a "coupled resource". Could you please explain in more details what is considererd to be a "coupled resource"?
#1 Updated by Angelo Quaglia over 1 year ago
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the Metadata Regulations says:
1.6. Coupled resource
If the resource is a spatial data service, this metadata element identifies, where relevant, the target spatial data set(s) of the service through their unique resource identifiers (URI). The value domain of this metadata element is a mandatory character string code, generally assigned by the data owner, and a character string namespace uniquely identifying the context of the identifier code (for example, the data owner).
The Metadata Technical Guidance maps it to this element of ISO 19139:
The term "coupled" for a service with respect to the datasets it is tied to, comes from ISO 19119.