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5 Summary Now that the INSPIRE train is at full speed on its track to a standardized geo-information world, more and more tools become available supporting the user to get on this train. Within Geoloketten, a very efficient tool has been developed by the National Aerospace Laboratory for the publishing of metadata. The importance of metadata is widely recognized, however to everyone who has investigated the matter thoroughly, it is known that generating and maintaining metadata is not the most appealing task. Because of that, the way in which data is described often lacks consistency and this doesn t improve the exchangeability of the data. Fortunately, the geo-information field is constantly moving: an unambiguous policy is being created with regard to standards and there is a growing consciousness that metadata is indispensable. Meanwhile, it is becoming easier to create metadata by the support of intelligent software tools. When datasets have been provided with metadata in a correct manner, then the question arises how to handle and use these metadata. Often the information is saved in a database and sometimes there is an advanced way of searching this database for specific information. Usually, each organisation will have its own optimal way to manage data and the corresponding metadata. However, an important feature of metadata is that it helps users to find and share datasets. Publishing metadata on internet is thus very important for the multiple use of valuable geo-information. In order to streamline this process, an interoperable standard was developed by the Open Geospatial Consortium: Catalogue Service for Web or CSW in short. The CSW standard describes how digital catalogues for geospatial data and services can be consulted. For the user this means that it is not necessary to know how the underlying database is organized in order to be able to consult the catalogue. For the developer it means that smart software can be developed supporting automated searches in distributed databases. Within the project Geoloketten NLR developed excat. excat is a CSW server and a CSW client, written in JAVA. Special about excat is that it is built on an XML database. This XML database is the open source database system exist, that uses web technology standards as XPath and XQuery. These are beautiful and impressive terms, but what really matters is that with this, a very easy-to-use system is developed allowing metadata in XML format (e.g. ISO 19115/19139), to be saved and searched for via the CSW standard. In addition, the metadata are 5
6 presented to the user in an human-readable and uniform fashion. The CSW client too, has been developed based on XQuery and can easily be integrated in existing websites. Installation of the excat software consists of a few actions and without any further configuration it will work out-of-the-box on Windows, Unix or Mac OSX platforms. It is also quite easy for the user to add metadata in XML format to the database. With an administrator program it is possible to read files from disk. The user has the option to create a folder structure for better organisation of the files that are stored. Other administrators might prefer the use of the WebDAV interface; the folders will then be displayed in the explorer, as if it were normal folders of the system. Drag and drop can then be used to add or delete metadata files. Using the CSW client, other CSW servers on internet can be queried as well and although the CSW protocol supports that multiple servers are queried simultaneously, often harvesting of data from other servers is preferred. Using the harvesting method metadata files from other remote CSW servers are retrieved and saved in the local database. This harvest feature is supported by the excat harvest module. 6
8 6.2 A second excat instantiation Create and restore a backup Use of OpenLayers viewer 39 References 40 8
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12 this means that it is not necessary to know how the underlying database is organized in order to be able to consult the catalogue. For the developer it means that smart software can be developed supporting automated searches in distributed databases. 2 The CSW protocol The CSW protocol has been developed by OGC in order to explore databases via the web without the need of having knowledge of the underlying structure of that database. This is possible because the database comes with a (virtual) catalogue in standard format. As a result, it is possible to search within the ISO metadata XML records without the need to know the XML scheme. The catalogue provides a mapping between the agreed search terms (like Title, Subject, AnyText, etc.) and the corresponding element or attribute within the XML scheme. Currently, several updates of the specification have been published. The most relevant versions are version and These versions differ only slightly from each other. Unless stated otherwise, we only refer to CSW version in this document. 2.1 CSW-HTTP binding The communication between the client and the CSW server runs usually, but not necessarily, via the HTTP protocol. There have been made agreements on how the messages between client and server look like and the way in which they are sent. The messages that can be sent to a server are: - GetCapabilities (to get a description of the CSW server capabilities) - DescribeRecords (to get a description of the underlying record structure) - GetDomain - GetRecords (to search for certain records) - GetRecordById (to acquire a record on the basis of a unique identifier) - Harvest (to tell to the CSW server to retrieve a remotely stored record and save it in the database) - Transaction These messages can be packed in XML or in KVP (key-value pairs) format and can be sent via HTTP GET as well as HTTP PUT requests. The server always answers with one of the following XML messages: - <csw:capabilities>...</csw:capabilities> 12
13 - <csw:describerecordresponse>...</csw:describerecordresponse> - <csw:getrecordsresponse...</csw:getrecordsresponse> - <csw:getrecordbyidresponse>...</csw:getrecordbyidresponse> - <csw:harvestresponse>...</csw:harvestresponse> - <ows:exceptionreport>...</ows:exceptionreport> The last answer above is an error message as a consequence of an incorrect formulated request. For the sake of clarity, only the root element is shown of the XML document containing the request and response of the aforementioned messages. The full definition of these messages can be found in the CSW specification OGC r1 and OGC GetRecords Request The GetRecords request is perhaps the most important request that can be sent to a CSW server. It contains the criteria on which a selection of (metadata) records is being made. According to the CSW protocol these criteria are provided in a so-called constraint. CSW enables two ways in which such a constraint can be formulated: - CQL_TEXT, an as text-string formatted Common Query Language statement - FILTER, an XML formatted query Besides constraint, there are many more request parameters defined like for instance, the maximum number of records that are to be returned and the format and the scheme of these records. For a comprehensive description, the reader is referred to document OGC CQL_TEXT examples Hereafter, a couple of examples of the use of CQL_TEXT for the selection of metadata records are presented. 1. All the records in which the string water appears are being searched for: AnyText LIKE '%water%' 2. All the records in which the string water appears in the Title are being searched for: Title LIKE '%water%' 3. All the records for which the Title starts with water are being searched for: Title LIKE 'water%' 13
14 4. All the records for which the string water appears in the Title are being searched for and for which the geographical boundingbox coincides fully or partly with a certain area (here: the Netherlands in latitude and longitude coordinates): Title LIKE '%water%' AND BBOX(ows:BoundingBox, 3.19,50.67,7.26,53.59) 5. All the records for which the string water appears in the Title are being searched for and for which the geographical boundingbox lies completely within a certain area: (here: the Netherlands in latitude and longitude coordinates): Title LIKE '%water%' AND WITHIN(ows:BoundingBox,ENVELOPE(3.19,7.26,53.59,50.67)) ogc:filter examples The examples 1 and 4 from the previous paragraph, expressed as FILTER in XML are: 1. All the records in which the string water appears are being searched for: <ogc:filter xmlns:xml="http://www.w3.org/xml/1998/namespace" xmlns:gml="http://www.opengis.net/gml" xmlns:ogc="http://www.opengis.net/ogc" xmlns="http://www.opengis.net/ogc"> <ogc:propertyislike escape="\" singlechar="_" wildcard="%"> <ogc:propertyname>anytext</ogc:propertyname> <ogc:literal>%water%</ogc:literal> </ogc:propertyislike> </ogc:filter> 4. All the records for which the string water appears in the Title are being searched for and for which the geographical boundingbox coincides fully or partly with a certain area (here: the Netherlands in latitude and longitude coordinates) (namespace definitions omitted): <ogc:filter> <ogc:and> <ogc:propertyislike escape="\" singlechar="_" wildcard="%"> <ogc:propertyname>title</ogc:propertyname> <ogc:literal>%water%</ogc:literal> </ogc:propertyislike> <ogc:bbox> <ogc:propertyname>ows:boundingbox</ogc:propertyname> <gml:envelope> <gml:lowercorner> </gml:lowerCorner> <gml:uppercorner> </gml:upperCorner> </gml:envelope> </ogc:bbox> </ogc:and> </ogc:filter> 14
15 2.2.3 GetRecords examples (KVP and XML) A full GetRecords request may look like this: KVP request with CQL_TEXT constraint: &version=2.0.2&namespace=xmlns(csw=http://www.opengis.net/cat/csw) &resulttype=results&outputschema=http://www.opengis.net/cat/csw/2.0.2 &outputformat=application/xml&maxrecords=10&typenames=csw:record &elementsetname=summary&constraintlanguage=cql_text &constraint_language_version=1.1.0 &constraint=anytext+like+%27%25water%25%27 XML request with FILTER constraint: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <csw:getrecords xmlns:csw="http://www.opengis.net/cat/csw/2.0.2" maxrecords="10" outputformat="application/xml" outputschema="http://www.opengis.net/cat/csw/2.0.2" resulttype="results" service="csw" version="2.0.2"> <csw:query typenames="csw:record"> <csw:elementsetname>summary</csw:elementsetname> <csw:constraint version="1.1.0"> <ogc:filter xmlns:ogc="http://www.opengis.net/ogc" xmlns="http://www.opengis.net/ogc" xmlns:gml="http://www.opengis.net/gml"> <ogc:propertyislike escape="\" singlechar="_" wildcard="%"> <ogc:propertyname>anytext</ogc:propertyname> <ogc:literal>%water%</ogc:literal> </ogc:propertyislike> </ogc:filter> </csw:constraint> </csw:query> </csw:getrecords> 3 The exist XML database Metadata for geo-information (data and services) are described according to the ISO19115/9 and ISO19139 standards. The way in which these metadata are presented in XML is described by the ISO19139 standard. Thus, metadata for geo-information are often XML formatted documents. For metadata catalogues, usually relational databases are used which can be queried using SQL searches. However, if XML files are saved in such relational databases, the possibility to search on characteristics within the XML files is lost. 15
16 The use of an XML database offers therefore important advantages. The most important one is that one can search within documents using XPath and XQuery. XPath and XQuery are standards developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and are used in many applications. 3.1 XPath XPath (see: is a language to indicate elements and attributes of an XML document and it also offers the possibility to manipulate with text, numbers and booleans. XPath is often used in XSL (stylesheet) transformations whereby an XML document is being converted to another XML document according to the rules that are specified in an XSLT document. 3.2 XQuery XQuery (see: is a language designed to explore XML documents in an intelligent and transparent way. It uses XPath to execute tests (queries) on components of XML documents in order to retrieve XML fragments or whole documents from a collection of XML documents. 3.3 exist exist has been used as the underlying XML database for the development of excat. exist (see: is an open-source database management system that is fully built on XML technology and it supports the standards XPath and XQuery. This XML database is written in Java and can be easily integrated in applications where XML is used. High performance is achieved because a smart indexing scheme is being applied with which relations (like: (parent-child, ancestor-descendant of previous-next) between fragments of the XML documents can be determined quickly. The exist database consists of a number of important features of which a few are named here: XQuery support, authorization mechanism, crash recovery, backup-restore functionality, and more. Besides this, the following network protocols are supported: HTTP/REST, WebDAV, SOAP and XML-RPC. For the exist database, an Admin client is also available, giving simple access to the database and with which the structure, documents and user rights can be managed. With this client a backup of the XML documents can be made and an existing backup can be restored. 16
17 4 excat CSW server and client 4.1 excat CSW server Just like exist, excat has been developed in Java and operates in a servlet-engine like Tomcat. In excat, the CSW protocol for the "ISO Application Profile for Metadata" has been implemented. This means that standardized CSW requests are handled by excat and responses conforming the CSW standard are being returned. These requests are mostly search requests for the metadata database. The following CSW requests are being supported: - GetCapabilities - DescribeRecords - GetRecords - GetRecordById - Harvest All requests can be sent to the excat CSW server as HTTP GET request as well as HTTP PUT requests. Because excat is developed on the exist XML database, all the interfaces supported by exist are available, e.g. REST, SOAP, XML-RPC and WebDAV interfaces. The standard Admin client of exist can be used for managing the metadata (in ISO XML format). 4.2 excat integrated CSW client An XQuery based CSW client has been developed. This client is available via a web browser, and is intended to be used by mainly experts in the field of CSW. The client offers possibilities to query the excat server and other remote CSW servers. Thereby, it is possible to formulate a query in CQL_TEXT which is sent as CQL_TEXT or as ogc:filter. [Remark: in the excat software, the Geotools library is used for the translation of CQL to ogc:filter (see: Besides this, the request method (GET or POST) and the request format (KVP or XML) can be selected. Other parameters which can be configured by the user are: version, resulttype, maxrecords, outputschema, ElementSetName and SortBy. The client also offers exercise possibilities in the use of filters. The as CQL_TEXT entered constraint can be presented as the corresponding ogc:filter XML representation and as a XQuery expression. It is also possible to control the Harvest module from the same browser client, which is implemented as a separate servlet (independent of the excat CSW server). This control is very 17
19 It is the task of the CSW server to determine if and how the record will be saved. The standard way of operating of the excat CSW server is that metadata already present in the database (based on the unique file identifier) are not stored. Replacing existing metadata records only takes place if the metadata comes from the same remote CSW server. This prevents duplication of records collected from multiple CSW servers. 5 Installation procedure excat 5.1 Installation The excat software is available as a so-called Java war-file. This makes the installation very easy. The whole procedure consists of three steps. Step 1: Installation of the software Copying the file excat.war to the directory $CATALINA_HOME/webapps is sufficient. [$CATALINA_HOME is the directory where Tomcat is installed. In Windows, this is usually C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat 5.5.] When Tomcat is started, the file excat.war will be unpacked automatically and all files will be placed in the directory $CATALINA_HOME/webapps/excat. A new and empty XML database is generated automatically. The directory structure is shown in figure 1. A description of the folders follows below. 19
21 WEB-INF/harvest: contains the (temporary) XML metadata records which are retrieved by the Harvest module from remote CSW servers. WEB-INF/lib: all Java jar libraries. WEB-INF/log: the various log-files WEB-INF/xml: some XML-files: capabilities, describerecord and a sample metadata record. WEB-INF/xsl: XSL stylesheets for the CSW client and for the server. Transformation from XML to another XML format are defined by these stylesheets. XSL stylesheets for transforming ISO19139 records to Dublin Core format are located here as well. Step 2: Check the correct functioning The excat web application is readily available. Browse to and the main page of excat becomes visible (see Fig. 2). It is assumed that Tomcat is configured on port This is the standard setting. If this is changed, of course a different port number has to be used. Fig. 2 excat client main page Step 3: Install sample record Go from the main page to CSW Client. A search form appears (see Fig. 3). Don t fill in anything but press the Submit button. Now, one metadata record will be found, namely the description of excat in ISO19139 format (see Fig. 4). This record is saved automatically in the XML database if a search is formulated and there are no records in the database yet. The XML 21
22 response received from the server can be shown by clicking the "XML-tab". If the record is selected (by clicking on the title or on more ) a human-readable representation of the file is shown. Again, the XML-tab gives the possibility to look at the raw XML response of the server. Fig. 3 excat client search form 22
23 Fig. 4 excat metadata search result 5.2 Adding metadata to the database The newly installed software is now ready for use and metadata records can be added. There are three ways to offer metadata to the CSW server: 1: using the Admin client 2: using the WebDAV protocol 3: using the Harvest request Use of the Admin client The Admin client provided together with the exist database, offers a practical method for adding metadata records. It allows the user to save data in an organized and orderly manner using a folder structure. The Admin client is a Java application which can be started by executing the program client.bat (Windows) or client.sh (Unix, OSX) from the WEB-INF/bin directory. Next, a couple of informative messages will appear, but they can be ignored. The login screen (see Fig. 5) appears and it is sufficient to press the OK button. [Remark: One also has the possibility here, to change the URL and to choose a different address. Furthermore, addresses of other exist databases can be saved and added to the list of favourites.] 23
24 The client now shows the underlying database structure as a folder structure. In Fig. 6, the meaning of the buttons on top of the screen is described. Fig. 5 exist Admin client login screen Two folders are visible: csw and system. It is recommended to ignore the folder system and double-click on csw to enter the folder. Inside csw, a folder excat is visible in which the example record excat.xml is stored. [Note: this sample record is stored when the CSW server is accessed from the browser for the first time; see above.] This record can be shown in an editing pane by just double-clicking. In principle, the shown file can now be modified, but this is not advised for proper management of the metadata. It is recommended to modify metadata outside the database environment since the database will often contain just a copy of the original metadata record, the original being kept close to the data it describes. It is recommended to introduce some structure to the way in which metadata are being saved and to create a new folder inside the csw folder. This can be done using button 3 (see Fig. 6). Go into the new folder (double click) and use button 4 (see Fig. 6) in order to add new files. A new window is opened (Fig. 7) in which the XML-files that one wants to add can be selected. From the excat client (in the browser) the files can be immediately found and made visible. 24
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