Support #3562

LV: Priority dataset keywords - gco:CharacterString

Added by Vladimirs Vicehovskis over 1 year ago. Updated over 1 year ago.

Status:FeedbackStart date:15 Apr 2019
Priority:NormalDue date:
Assignee:Angelo Quaglia% Done:

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Category:Priority Datasets
Target version:-
Submitting Organisation:LV Knowledge-Base relevant?:No
Proactive:No Keyword #1:
Country:LV - Latvia Keyword #2:
Originating UI: Keyword #3:

Description

We made changes to our metadata and through gco:CharacterString  added to metadata priority dataset keywords. But trying to harvest it from the new Inspire harvesting console - we don`t see them in priority dataset etadata at all. 

 

For example this metadata with added priority dataset keyword doesn`t appear in a console as priority dataset metadata -> http://inspire-geoportal.ec.europa.eu/sandbox/resources/INSPIRE-10108b88-d195-11e5-91ce-52540023a883_20190415-092022/services/1/PullResults/1-100/26.iso19139.xml 

 

 

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History

#1 Updated by Vladimirs Vicehovskis over 1 year ago

Implementation we made according to this guide -> https://ies-svn.jrc.ec.europa.eu/projects/2016-5/wiki/Implementation 

#2 Updated by Angelo Quaglia over 1 year ago

  • Category set to Priority Datasets
  • Status changed from New to Assigned
  • Assignee set to Angelo Quaglia

#3 Updated by Angelo Quaglia over 1 year ago

  • Status changed from Assigned to Feedback

Dear Vladimirs,

no surprise here: did you validate your metadata with the Reference Validator before including it in your National catalogue?

Your metadata contains custom elements, and it does not respect the ISO 19139 XML schema:

Inspire Evaluation Potential Issue
 
  • The source document is not valid. Please see the 'Schema Validation Issues' section above at column &1, line &2

 

            </gmd:descriptiveKeywords>

            <gmd:priority>
                <gmd:descriptiveKeywords>
                    <gmd:MD_Keywords>
                        <gmd:keyword>
                            <gco:CharacterString>Habitat types distribution (Habitats Directive)</gco:CharacterString>
                        </gmd:keyword>
                        <gmd:thesaurusName>
                            <gmd:CI_Citation>
                                <gmd:title>
                                    <gco:CharacterString>INSPIRE priority data set</gco:CharacterString>
                                </gmd:title>
                                <gmd:date>
                                    <gmd:CI_Date>
                                        <gmd:date>
                                            <gco:Date>2019-04-15</gco:Date>
                                        </gmd:date>
                                        <gmd:dateType>
                                            <gmd:CI_DateTypeCode codeList="http://standards.iso.org/ittf/PubliclyAvailableStandards/ISO_19139_Schemas/resources/Codelist/ML_gmxCodelists.xml#CI_DateTypeCode" codeListValue="">creation</gmd:CI_DateTypeCode>
                                        </gmd:dateType>
                                    </gmd:CI_Date>
                                </gmd:date>
                            </gmd:CI_Citation>
                        </gmd:thesaurusName>
                    </gmd:MD_Keywords>
                </gmd:descriptiveKeywords>
            </gmd:priority>

 

If you remove the priority elements it will work:

Best regards,
Angelo

 

#4 Updated by Angelo Quaglia over 1 year ago

  • Subject changed from Priority dataset keywords - gco:CharacterString to LV: Priority dataset keywords - gco:CharacterString
  • Submitting Organisation set to LV
  • Country set to LV - Latvia

#5 Updated by Vladimirs Vicehovskis over 1 year ago

Thank You for the information. But it looks, that we can`t add keywords (priority or Gemet) to separate blocks anymore? So in our case if we would have for example several Gemet keywords the metadata structure will  not be validated? 

 

https://geometadati.viss.gov.lv/geoportal/rest/document?id=%7BCF90A4F4-F383-4C91-A5E0-C8948762ACE6%7D 

#6 Updated by Angelo Quaglia over 1 year ago

Dear Vladimirs,

you can have as many descriptiveKeywords elements as you need in your metadata.

The INSPIRE Geoportal finds them all:

What is the issue?

Best regards,

Angelo
 

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