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1 INSPIRE Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe Technical Guidance for the implementation of INSPIRE Discovery Services Title Creator Date Subject Status Version 3.1 Publisher Type Technical Guidance for the implementation of INSPIRE Discovery Services Initial Operating Capability Task Force for Network Services INSPIRE Discovery Services IOC Task Force for Network Services Text Description This document defines the implementation requirements and recommendations and describes the implementation guidelines for INSPIRE Discovery Services to fulfil the requirements of the INSPIRE directive and the Regulation on INSPIRE Network Services, Annex II Discovery Services. Contributors Format Source Rights Members of the INSPIRE Drafting Team for Network Services, members of the INSPIRE IOC Task Force for Network Services and the Initial Operating Capability Task Force Service Team. PDF Technical Guidance for the implementation of INSPIRE Discovery Services v3.0 Public Identifier Technical Guidance Discovery Services v3.1 Language EN Relation Commission Regulation (EC) No 976/2009 of 19 October 2009 implementing Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards the Network Services Coverage Project duration

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgements... 4 Foreword... 5 Revision History Introduction Normative references Terms and abbreviations Terms Abbreviations Verbal forms for the expression of provisions References INSPIRE Profile of CSW ISO AP General background INSPIRE Profile Implementation Requirements Discovery service exceptions Discovery service operations Get Discovery Service Metadata Discover Metadata Publish (Push / Pull) Link Discovery Service Discovery Service Queryables Introduction Mapping common queryables Additional advertised queryables Language Requirements GetCapabilities-Operation GetRecords-Operation Common concept for other operations (optional) Further Perspectives Quality of Services General requirements Implementation requirements mandated by the Implementing Rule Normalized testing procedure Capacity Implementation requirements mandated by the Implementing Rule Normalized testing procedure Availability Implementation requirements mandated by the Implementing Rule Normalized testing procedure Annex A Extended capabilities Annex B INSPIRE Network Services Regulation Compliance

3 Figures Figure 1: Relationship between INSPIRE Implementing Rules and Technical Guidance... 6 Figure 2: Extending ISO and OGC Standards for INSPIRE Requirements... 8 Figure 3: INSPIRE Generic Use Case Figure 4: Get Discovery Service Metadata Use Case (UC1) Figure 5: Discover Metadata Activity Diagram (UC2) Figure 6: Publish metadata using PUSH (Transaction) Figure 7: Publish metadata using Pull (Harvest) Figure 8: LINK Services using Registry/Crawler (Example DE) Figure 9: Example DE Network of Discovery Services Figure 10: Discovery Client approach Figure 11: Discovery Service approach Tables Table 1: INSPIRE Discovery Services Operations Table 2: GetCapabilities Response [CSW ISO AP] Table 3: INSPIRE metadata elements to CSW ISO AP capabilities metadata Table 4: INSPIRE search criteria (queryables) Table 5: INSPIRE additional search criteria (queryables) Table 6: Composition of union specification Table 7: Composition of union LimitationsOnPublicAccess Table 8: Language parameter and list of codes Table 9: Mapping between ISO 639/B alpha 3 and the two forms of IETF RFC 4646 supported by OWS Table 10: Downtime per week, month, year Table 11: INSPIRE Network Services Regulation Compliance Examples Example 1: Reporting the MetadataURL in the extended capabilities Example 2: Discover Metadata Request Example 3: GetRecords request Example 4: GetRecords request Example 5: Link Discovery Service GetRecords request Example 6: <OperationsMetadata> excerpt of a capabilities document Example 7: Excerpt of a capabilities document advertising INSPIRE search criteria Example 8: Response to [OGC-GetCapabilities-Request]&LANGUAGE=eng Example 9: Response to [OGC-GetCapabilities-Request] or [OGC-GetCapabilities- Request]&LANGUAGE=fre Example 10: Response to any GetCapabilities-Request Example 11: Service response including supported languages Example 12: Response to [OCG-GetCapabilities-Request]&LANGUAGE=eng or [OCG- GetCapabilities-Request] Example 13: Response to [OCG-GetCapabilities-Request]&LANGUAGE=ger Example 14: XSD Schema defines the XSD Types for multilingual aspects

4 Acknowledgements Many individuals and organisations have contributed to the development of these Guidelines. The Network Services Drafting Team responsible for the Technical Guidance v2.0 included: Jean- Jacques Serrano (FR), Graham Vowles (UK), Olaf Østensen (NO), Didier Richard (FR), Markus Müller (DE), Lars Bernard (DE), Michel Grothe (NL), Marek Brylski (PL), Lassi Lehto (FI), Christian Elfers (DE), Roland-Michael Wagner (DE), Dominique Flandroit (BE), Tapani Sarjakoski (FI). The Initial Operating Capability Task Force has assumed responsibility of the Technical Guidance document following v2.0 and an IOC TF Service Team was tasked to update the Technical Guidance Document. The following members of the Initial Operating Capability Task Force or the Initial Operating Capability Task Force Service Team have greatly contributed to this version: Marek Brylski (PL), Anders Friis-Christensen (DK), Bart Cosyn (BE), Andreas von Dömming (DE), Timothy Duffy (UK), Christian Elfers (DE), Jani Kylmäaho (FI), Didier Richard (FR), Joeri Robbrecht (BE) and Wolfgang Tinkl (AT). We are also grateful for the comments received from all the IOC Task Force Members. The team at the Joint Research Centre that contributed to these Guidelines includes: Ioannis Kanellopoulos, Gianluca Luraschi 1, Michel Millot and Angelo Quaglia. Graham Vowels (UK) edited this version. Contact information Ioannis Kanellopoulos European Commission, Joint Research Centre Institute for Environment and Sustainability Spatial Data Infrastructures Unit TP262, Via Fermi 2749 I Ispra (VA) ITALY Tel.: Currently with the European Maritime Safety Agency 4

5 Foreword Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council [Directive 2007/2/EC], adopted on 14 March 2007 aims at establishing an Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community (INSPIRE) for environmental policies, or policies and activities that have an impact on the environment. INSPIRE will make available relevant, harmonised and quality geographic information to support the formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of policies and activities, which have a direct or indirect impact on the environment. INSPIRE is based on the infrastructures for spatial information established and operated by the 27 Member States of the European Union. The Directive addresses 34 spatial data themes needed for environmental applications, with key components specified through technical implementing rules. This makes INSPIRE a unique example of a legislative regional approach. To ensure that the spatial data infrastructures of the Member States are compatible and usable in a Community and trans-boundary context, the Directive requires that common Implementing Rules (IR) are adopted in the following areas. Metadata; The interoperability and harmonisation of spatial data and services for selected themes (as described in Annexes I, II, III of the Directive); Network Services; Measures on sharing spatial data and services; Co-ordination and monitoring measures. The Implementing Rules are adopted as Commission Decisions or Regulations, and are binding in their entirety. In particular with respect the Network Services, Implementing Rules are required for the following services (Article 11(1) of the Directive): a) discovery services search for spatial data sets and spatial data services on the basis of the content of corresponding metadata, and display the metadata content; b) view services as a minimum, display, navigate, zoom in/out, pan, or overlay spatial data sets and display legend information and any relevant content of metadata; c) download services enabling copies of complete spatial data sets, or of parts of such sets, to be downloaded; d) transformation services enabling spatial data sets to be transformed with a view to achieving interoperability; e) invoke spatial data services" enabling data services to be invoked. In addition to the Implementing Rules, non-binding Technical Guidance documents describe detailed implementation aspects and relations with existing standards, technologies, and practices. They may need to be revised during the course of implementing the infrastructure to take into account the evolution of technology, new requirements, and cost benefit considerations. Figure 1 illustrates the relationship between the INSPIRE Regulations containing Implementing Rules and their corresponding Technical Guidance documents. 5

6 Figure 1: Relationship between INSPIRE Implementing Rules and Technical Guidance Technical Guidance documents define how Member States might implement the Implementing Rules described in a Commission Regulation. Technical Guidance documents may include non-binding technical requirements that must be satisfied if a Member State chooses to conform to the Technical Guidance. Implementing this technical guidance will maximise the interoperability of INSPIRE services. This Technical Guidance concerns the INSPIRE Discovery Services. The Technical Guidance contains detailed technical documentation highlighting the mandatory and the recommended elements related to the implementation of INSPIRE Discovery Services. The technical provisions and the underlying concepts are often illustrated by use case diagrams and accompanied by examples. This document will be publicly available as a non-paper, as it does not represent an official position of the Commission, and as such cannot be invoked in the context of legal procedures. Legal Notice Neither the European Commission nor any person acting on behalf of the Commission is responsible for the use, which might be made of this publication. 6

7 Revision History Date Release Editor Description 28Jul Network Services Two approaches to include INSPIRE metadata as Drafting Team part of the Get Discovery Service Metadata 17Jun Initial Operating Capability Task Force 24Jan IOC ST, Graham Vowles 28Jan IOC ST, Graham Vowles 3Feb IOC ST, Graham Vowles 10Feb IOC ST, Graham Vowles 11Feb IOC ST, Graham Vowles 17Feb IOC ST, Graham Vowles 21Feb IOC ST, Graham Vowles 21Feb IOC ST, Graham Vowles 13Mar IOC ST, EC JRC, Graham Vowles response have been incorporated The INSPIRE extended Capabilities XML schema has been included in Annex B Links with other technical components in INSPIRE have been described based on the INSPIRE domain model A new interpretation and recommended implementation of the Link Discovery Service operation has been described An approach to implement the required Language parameter has been recommended General editorial changes Editorial Review to improve accuracy and clarity Update to include edits made during IOC TF Services Team Meeting in Copenhagen: Apply INSPIRE custom schema for missing INSPIRE metadata elements in the Extended Capabilities section instead of the ISO data types. Update to Implementation Requirements and Implementation Recommendations. Update section on Link Discovery Service. Update section on Language Requirement. Update of XML Examples Addition of use cases and rationale of extended capabilities approach. Update to Link Discovery Section Editorial changes and update to XML Examples. Finalised for IOC TF review. Addressed comments received from IOC Task Force: (general editorial changes, updated Table 1, Figure 6, Figure 7 and Figure 9, used only full namespaces in tables and XML examples. Final editorial proofing. 17Mar IOC ST, EC JRC, Graham Vowles 29Mar IOC TF IOC TF Approved Version 07Nov IOC ST, EC JRC Added Chapter 5 on Quality of Services 07Nov EC JRC Corrected Typographical error xmlns:inspire_commmon to xmlns:inspire_common on page 13 07Nov IOC TF IOC TF Approved 7

8 1 Introduction INSPIRE Discovery Services allow users and computer programs to search for spatial datasets and services based on their metadata records. This document specifies Technical Guidance for Member States to implement INSPIRE Discovery Services as mandated by the Regulation on INSPIRE Network Services [INS NS, Annex II]. Following this Technical Guidance will ensure that INSPIRE Discovery Services are implemented in a consistent and compatible way across Europe. It is based on European and International standards, current practices in related stakeholder communities and relevant European initiatives such as e-government, and the EU Interoperability Framework. Figure 2: Extending ISO and OGC Standards for INSPIRE Requirements This document specifics requirements and recommendations based on the OGC Catalogue Services Specification ISO Metadata Application Profile for CSW 2.0 [CSW ISO AP]. It defines an INSPIRE Profile of [CSW ISO AP] to implement the following operations: Get Discovery Service Metadata: Provides all necessary information about the Discovery Service and describes service capabilities; Discover Metadata: Allows requesting INSPIRE metadata elements of spatial data sets and services from a Discovery Service; Publish Metadata: Allows editing of INSPIRE metadata elements of resources in the Discovery Service (push or pull metadata mechanisms). Editing meaning insert, update and delete; Link Discovery Service: Allows the declaration of the availability of a Discovery Service for the discovery of resources through the Member State Discovery Service while maintaining the resource metadata at the owner s location. In addition, this document defines how a query for metadata should be written, and how to handle multilingual aspects of INSPIRE Discovery Services. This is the initial version of the Technical Guidance document and it has been validated and tested in collaboration with the Initial Operating Capability Task Force. It may be used by the Member States for the initial implementation of the INSPIRE Discovery Services. 8

9 2 Normative references This technical guidance incorporates, by dated or undated references, provisions from other publications. For dated references, subsequent amendments to or revisions of any of these publications apply to this guide only when incorporated in it by amendment or revision. For undated references, the latest edition of the publication referred to applies (including amendments). These normative references are cited at the appropriate places in the text and the publications are listed hereafter: INSPIRE, Implementing Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards interoperability of spatial data sets and services INSPIRE, INS NS Commission Regulation (EC) No 976/2009 of 19 October 2009 implementing Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards the Network Services INSPIRE, INS MD Commission Regulation (EC) No 1205/2008 of 3 December 2008 implementing Directive 2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards metadata (Text with EEA relevance). See also Corrigendum to INSPIRE Metadata Regulation INSPIRE, INS MDTG, INSPIRE Metadata Implementing Rules: Technical Guidelines based on EN ISO and EN ISO INSPIRE, INS DSTG, Technical Guidance for the implementation of INSPIRE Discovery Services ISO 19115:2003, Geographic information Metadata ISO 19115/Cor.1:2006, Geographic information Metadata, Technical Corrigendum 1 ISO 19119:2005, Geographic information Services ISO 19119:2005 PDAM 1, Geographic information Services ISO/TS 19139:2006, Geographic information - Metadata - Implementation specification OGC , OGC CSW, OGC Catalogue Services Specification, version (Corrigendum Release 2). OGC , CSW ISO AP, OGC Catalogue Services Specification ISO Metadata Application Profile for CSW 2.0, version (2007). OGC , OGC OWS, OGC Web Services Common Specification, version 1.0 (May 2005) 9

10 3 Terms and abbreviations 3.1 Terms (1) application profile set of one or more base standards and - where applicable - the identification of chosen clauses, classes, subsets, options and parameters of those base standards that are necessary for accomplishing a particular function [ISO 19101, ISO 19106] (2) discovery services making it possible to search for spatial data sets and services on the basis of the content of the corresponding metadata and to display the content of the metadata [INSPIRE Directive] (3) metadata information describing spatial data sets and spatial data services and making it possible to discover, inventory and use them [INSPIRE Directive] (4) metadata element a discrete unit of metadata, in accordance with [ISO 19115] (5) network services network services should make it possible to discover, transform, view and download spatial data and to invoke spatial data and e-commerce services [INSPIRE Directive] (6) queryable a metadata element that can be queried upon (7) spatial data data with a direct or indirect reference to a specific location or geographic area [INSPIRE Directive] (8) spatial data set identifiable collection of spatial data [INSPIRE Directive] 3.2 Abbreviations AP Application Profile ARC Architecture CSW Catalogue Services for the Web CSWT Catalogue Services for the Web Transactional GET HTTP Get Method HTTP Hypertext Transfer Protocol INSPIRE Infrastructure for Spatial Information in Europe IOC Initial Operations Capability ISO International Organisation for Standardisation KVP Key Value Pair MD Metadata NS Network Services OWS OGC Web Services Common Specification TF Task Force XML extended Markup Language 10

11 3.3 Verbal forms for the expression of provisions In accordance with the ISO rules for drafting, the following verbal forms shall be interpreted in the given way: shall / shall not : a requirement, mandatory to comply with the technical guidance should / should not : a recommendation, but an alternative approach may be chosen for a specific case if there are reasons to do so may / need not : a permission Implementation Requirements and Recommendations notation To make it easier to identify the requirements and the recommendations for INSPIRE Discovery Services within this technical guidance, they are highlighted and numbered as shown below: Implementation Requirements # are shown using this style Implementation Recommendations # are shown using this style. Note: It is worth noting that requirements as specified in the INSPIRE Regulations and Implementing Rules are legally binding, and that requirements and recommendations as specified in INSPIRE Technical Guidance are not legally binding. Therefore, within this technical guidance we have used the terms implementation requirement and implementation recommendation to indicate what is technically required or recommended to conform to the Technical Guidance. XML Example notation XML Examples are shown using Courier New on a grey background as below: <inspire:example> <inspire:highlight> Highlighted Text for emphasis </inspire:highlight> </inspire:example> Note: XML Examples are informative and are provided for information only and are expressly not normative. A reference implementation of the example XML is available on the following link: 3.4 References To aid readability for a non-technical audience, references within this document are denoted using Section or Annex. For example, Section or Annex A. References to other documents refer to the list of normative references in Section 3 and use the abbreviated title as indicated in Bold text. For example, [CSW ISO AP] uses the abbreviated title for the document as shown below: OGC , CSW ISO AP, OGC Catalogue Services Specification ISO Metadata Application Profile for CSW 2.0, version (2007). References within other documents are shown as above using the abbreviated title, together with the appropriate section within the document. For example, [CSW ISO AP, Section ], refers to Section within the document as listed above. 11

12 4 INSPIRE Profile of CSW ISO AP 4.1 General background The base specification of an INSPIRE Discovery Service is [CSW ISO AP]. Implementation Requirement 1 An INSPIRE Discovery Service shall implement the mandatory behaviour of a [CSW ISO AP] compliant service and the extensions as required by the INSPIRE Directive and its associated Regulations. Implementation Requirement 2 The extended behaviour for an INSPIRE Discovery Service with respect to the requirements of the INSPIRE Directive and the Regulation on INSPIRE Network Services [INS NS] consists of: Discovery Service Operations, Discovery Service Queryables, and Discovery Service Multilingual aspects Figure 3: INSPIRE Generic Use Case Figure 3: INSPIRE Generic Use Case illustrating use cases for the creation and publication of metadata, their discovery through a discovery service and viewing of spatial data sets via an INSPIRE View service. 12

13 Rationale behind the choice of an INSPIRE Schema for implementing the extended capabilities of INSPIRE Network Services The INSPIRE Network Service Regulation [INS NS] requires a Network Service to respond to a Get Network Service Metadata request with a response that contains as one of its parameters the Network Service INSPIRE metadata. At the time of writing this Technical Guidance the OGC GetCapabilities response document does not include all required INSPIRE metadata for the Network Service and in order to do so the Extended Capabilities mechanism is used. Through this mechanism it is possible to link INSPIRE metadata with the GetCapabilities response, either by including the missing INSPIRE metadata elements of the Network Service, or by including a reference to the INSPIRE Network Service metadata record. The initial approach was to re-use, for extended capabilities elements, the ISO data types. The Advantages of using the ISO data types are: New data types do not need to be defined Existing client applications already have the necessary bindings to read and write the information. Type redefinition was however necessary for the following elements: o INSPIRE Service Type (implemented as gco:genericname_propertytype) o Languages o CurrentLanguage o TemporalReference Which however breaks compatibility with existing clients. The disadvantages of this approach on the other hand are: ISO data types currently have a double implementation; o The schemas from ISO version 2005-DIS (Draft International Standard) dated 2006 May 4 ( /) depend on the unofficial GML version, but on the other hand is used in ISO AP 1.0 for CSW; o The ISO/TS Schemas dated 2007 April 17 ( /) depend on the official GML version which relies on a different namespace but does not make available the implementation for the srv namespace for service metadata; CSW schema version includes OGC filter version which in turn includes GML version 3.1.1; An INSPIRE view service may also be implemented using WMS The WMS schema however is officially implemented only through DTD technology. There is no official DTD implementation for ISO As a result for the discovery service capabilities document this approach would require reference to three different versions of GML in the same document. It has therefore been decided to use a custom INSPIRE schema for the missing INSPIRE metadata elements in the Extended Capabilities section. This allows for an easy integration with all OGC services and full validation of INSPIRE compliance using standard XML validation. Table 3 shows the mapping between the INSPIRE metadata elements and the OGC Capabilities metadata elements. Note: the schema will be aligned to the relevant standards once these support the INSPIRE requirements. Alignment between OWS and ISO should also help addressing some of the issues. The custom INSPIRE schemas are available at This Technical Guidance uses the following namespace definitions: xmlns:inspire_ds="http://inspire.ec.europa.eu/schemas/inspire_ds/1.0" xmlns:inspire_common="http://inspire.ec.europa.eu/schemas/common/1.0" The following sections specify the required extensions to the given specifications. 13

14 4.2 INSPIRE Profile Implementation Requirements The INSPIRE specific constraints applicable to an [CSW ISO AP] base Discovery Service are: Implementation Requirement 3 The list of federated catalogues, if any, shall be advertised as the result of a Service metadata response to a Discover Metadata request. Implementation Requirement 4 The additional search attributes listed in Section 4.4 are mandatory and shall be supported. Implementation Requirement 5 The additional search attributes listed in Section 4.4 shall be advertised as the result of a Service metadata response to a discover metadata request Discovery service exceptions Internationalisation of service exceptions is optional. Implementation Recommendation 1 If service exceptions are internationalised then the error messages (exceptions) are either expressed in the service s default language (suppose that the request is incorrect and the LANGUAGE parameter has not been interpreted before issuing the error/exception text) or in the preferred (requested) language in other cases. See also Section Common concept for other operations. 4.3 Discovery service operations The base functionality of an INSPIRE Discovery Service is derived from [CSW ISO AP]. The following sections specify the extensions to this base specification that are derived from the INSPIRE requirements as defined by [INS NS]. [CSW ISO AP] distinguishes between two types of catalogue services: A 'read-only' catalogue service that has to provide operations labelled 'CSW' and a transactional catalogue service that has to provide operations labelled 'CSWT'. This distinction is derived from the OGC catalogue base specification [OGC CSW]. Table 1 shows the relationship between operations of an INSPIRE Discovery Service and the corresponding catalogue service operation as defined by [OGC CSW]. Figure 4 illustrates the Get Discovery Service metadata use case. Table 1: INSPIRE Discovery Services Operations INSPIRE Discovery Services Operations INSPIRE Cardinality OGC CSW ISO AP operations Get Discovery Service Metadata Discover Metadata Publish Metadata Link Discovery service Mandatory OGC_Service.GetCapabilities Mandatory CSW Discovery.GetRecords CSWT Manager.Transaction or Conditional CSWT Manager.Harvest Mandatory Combination of OGC_Service.GetCapabilities and CSW Discovery.GetRecords OR using Publish Metadata operation: CSWT Manager.Transaction or CSWT Manager.Harvest 14

15 4.3.1 Get Discovery Service Metadata The Get Discovery Service Metadata use case is illustrated in Figure 4. INSPIRE Implementing Rule CSW ISO AP Reference [INS NS, Annex II] Section 2 Operation name Obligation / condition Operation name Definition Get Discovery Service Metadata Mandatory OGC_Service.GetCapabilities The GetCapabilities operation allows clients to retrieve service metadata from a server Request Parameters Implementation Requirement 6 See [CSW ISO AP]. INSPIRE extends this operation with an additional parameter that indicates the client s preferred language. The recommended approach to implement this extension is described in Section Response Parameters According to [INS NS, Annex II, Section 2.2] the Get Discovery Service Metadata shall contain the following sets of parameters: Discovery Service Metadata, containing at least the INSPIRE metadata elements of the Discovery Service; Operations Metadata to provide metadata about the operations implemented by the Discovery Service; and Languages, including the Supported languages and Response language. The GetCapabilities response of the [CSW ISO AP] does not fully satisfy the requirements of the INSPIRE Network Services Regulation [INS NS] and in particular with respect the Discovery Service INSPIRE metadata and Language parameters (see Table 2: GetCapabilities Response [CSW ISO AP]). Two scenarios have been identified to comply with this requirement. It is up to the Member State to choose which scenario best fits its needs. As these scenarios are not mutually exclusive, a Member State may choose to implement both. Implementation Requirement 7 The response shall include discovery service metadata parameters [INS NS] by implementing either scenario below: 1. Scenario 1: Referencing a URL mapped to the GetCapabilities response by the MetadataURL element in the ExtendedCapabilities of the [CSW ISO AP]; Mandatory [OGC CSW ISO AP] capabilities parameters (see Table 2) shall be mapped to INSPIRE metadata elements to implement a consistent interface. OR 2. Scenario 2: Including all required metadata explicitly in the GetCapabilities response [CSW ISO AP]. INSPIRE metadata elements that can't be mapped to [CSW ISO AP] elements are implemented as Extended Capabilities. To fulfil the specific language requirements of the INSPIRE Network Services Regulation [INS NS], a language section shall be added in the extended capability of the service. 15

16 Figure 4: Get Discovery Service Metadata Use Case (UC1) 16

17 Table 2 shows the parameters that are part of a GetCapabilities response of [CSW ISO AP]. CSW metadata Table 2: GetCapabilities Response [CSW ISO AP] Service identification ServiceType ServiceTypeVersion Title Abstract Keywords Fees AccessConstraints The ServiceType for a CSW ISO AP is fixed to CSW. The Spatial Data Service Type as defined by INSPIRE MD ( discovery ) will be mapped to the INSPIRE SpatialDataServiceType element in the GetCapabilities response. Version of this service type implemented by this service. This value is fixed for the INSPIRE profile of CSW ISO AP to Title of this service, normally used for display to a human Brief narrative description of this service, normally available for display to a human Unordered list of one or more commonly used or formalized word(s) or phrase(s) used to describe this service. Fees and terms for retrieving data from or otherwise using this service, including the monetary units as specified in ISO 4217 Access constraints that should be observed to assure the protection of privacy or intellectual property, and any other restrictions on retrieving or using data from or otherwise using this service. Service provider ProviderName Providersite ServiceContact Unique identifier for service provider organization Reference to the most relevant web site of the service provider Information for contacting service provider Operations metadata Operation Parameter Constraint ExtendedCapabilities Metadata for one operation that this service interface implements Parameter valid domain that applies to one or more operations which this service implements Constraint on valid domain of a non-parameter quantity that applies to this service Metadata about this service and software additional abilities Filter capabilities Filter_Capabilities The following elements are examples of valid filter operators: And, Or, Not, PropertyIsEqualTo, PropertyIsNotEqualTo, PropertyIsLessThan, PropertyIsGreaterThan, PropertyIsLike, PropertyIsNull, PropertyIsLessThanOrEqualTo, PropertyIsGreaterThanOrEqualTo, BBOX, Intersects, Disjoint. 17

18 Example 1: Reporting the MetadataURL in the extended capabilities <xs:complextype name="extendedcapabilitiestype"> <xs:annotation> <xs:documentation>extended capabilities for ISO 19128, OGC CSW, OGC OWS services</xs:documentation> </xs:annotation> <xs:choice> <xs:sequence> <xs:annotation> <xs:documentation>scenario 1: Mandatory MetadataUrl element pointing to an INSPIRE Compliant ISO metadata document plus language parameters </xs:documentation> </xs:annotation> <xs:element name="metadataurl" type="resourcelocatortype"/> <xs:element name="supportedlanguages" type="supportedlanguagestype"/> <xs:element name="responselanguage" type="languageelementiso6392b"/> </xs:sequence> <xs:sequence> <xs:annotation> <xs:documentation>scenario 2: Mandatory (where appropriate) metadata elements not mapped to standard capabilities, plus mandatory language parameters, plus OPTIONAL MetadataUrl pointing to an INSPIRE Compliant ISO metadata document</xs:documentation> </xs:annotation> <xs:element name="resourcelocator" type="resourcelocatortype" maxoccurs="unbounded"> <xs:annotation> <xs:documentation xml:lang="en">mandatory linkage to the network service</xs:documentation> </xs:annotation> </xs:element> <xs:element name="resourcetype" type="servicespatialdataresourcetype"/> <xs:element name="temporalreference" type="temporalreference" maxoccurs="unbounded"/> <xs:element name="conformity" type="conformity" maxoccurs="unbounded"/> <xs:element name="metadatapointofcontact" type="metadatapointofcontact" maxoccurs="unbounded"/> <xs:element name="metadatadate" type="iso8601date"/> <xs:element name="spatialdataservicetype" type="spatialdataservicetype"/> <xs:element name="mandatorykeyword" type="classificationofspatialdataservice" maxoccurs="unbounded"/> <xs:element name="keyword" type="keyword" minoccurs="0" maxoccurs="unbounded"> <xs:annotation> <xs:documentation xml:lang="en">if the resource is a spatial data service, at least one keyword from Part D.4 shall be provided.</xs:documentation> </xs:annotation> </xs:element> <xs:element name="supportedlanguages" type="supportedlanguagestype"/> <xs:element name="responselanguage" type="languageelementiso6392b"/> <xs:element name="metadataurl" type="resourcelocatortype" minoccurs="0"/> </xs:sequence> </xs:choice> 18

19 </xs:complextype> <xs:complextype name="supportedlanguagestype"> <xs:sequence> <xs:element name="defaultlanguage" type="languageelementiso6392b"/> <xs:element name="supportedlanguage" type="languageelementiso6392b" minoccurs="0" maxoccurs="unbounded"> <xs:annotation> <xs:documentation>it is not necessary to repeat the default language</xs:documentation> </xs:annotation> </xs:element> </xs:sequence> </xs:complextype> Discovery Service Metadata Implementation Requirement 8 [CSW ISO AP] specifies a GetCapabilities operation with several service metadata sections. The service metadata in the capabilities documents shall be in conformance with the requirements of INSPIRE service metadata [INS NS]. Table 3 shows the mapping from the INSPIRE metadata elements to the capabilities as used for the implementation of the Discovery service by [CSW ISO AP]. The first two columns are from the INSPIRE Metadata Regulation [INS MD]. In the Capabilities CSW ISO AP column the capabilities mapping is defined. In the last column the mappings as defined in the mapping ISO 19115/ISO of the Metadata Technical Guidance [INS MDTG] are shown. INSPIRE Metadata element Table 3: INSPIRE metadata elements to CSW ISO AP capabilities metadata M/ C/ O Capabilities CSW ISO AP Type Field ISO / CSW ISO AP Resource title identificationinfo[1]/*/citation/*/title M /csw:capabilities/serviceidentification/title String (B1.1) [ISO 19139] Resource abstract M /csw:capabilities/ identificationinfo[1]/*/abstract String (B1.2) Serviceidentification/Abstract [ISO 19139] Resource Type M /inspire_ds:extendedcapabilities/ identificationinfo[1]/hierarchylevel (B1.3) inspire_common:resourcetype [ISO 19139] /csw:capabilities/ distributioninfo/*/transferoptions/*/ Resource Locator C OperationsMetadata/Operation/GetCapabili URL online/*/linkage (B1.4) [ISO 19139] Coupled Resource C Not applicable to discovery service - identificationinfo[1]/*/operateson (B1.6) Spatial data service type (B2.2) M /inspire_ds:extendedcapabilities/ GenericN identificationinfo[1]/*/servicetype inspire_common:spatialdataservicetype ame [CSW ISO Metadata AP] Keyword value (B3.1) For the mandatory M /inspire_ds:extendedcapabilities/ identificationinfo[1]/*/descriptiveke String ywords/*/keyword category or inspire_common:mandatorykeyword [ISO 19139] subcategory of the service Keyword value (B3.1) For any other keyword Originating controlled vocabulary (B3.2) O /inspire_ds:extendedcapabilities/ inspire_common:keyword C /inspire_ds:extendedcapabilities/ inspire_common:keyword/ inspire_common:originatingcontrolledvoca bulary/ inspire_common:title String identificationinfo[1]/*/descriptiveke ywords/*/keyword [ISO 19139] identificationinfo[1]/*/descriptiveke ywords/*/thesaurusname [ISO 19139] 19

20 INSPIRE Metadata element Temporal extent (B5.1) Date of publication (B5.2) Date of last revision (B5.3) Date of creation (B5.4) Specification (B7.1) Degree (B7.2) Conditions applying to access and use (B8.1) Limitations on public access (B8.2) Responsible party (B9.1) Responsible party role (B9.2) Metadata point of contact (B10.1) Metadata Date (B10.2) M/ C/ O C C C C M M Capabilities CSW ISO AP /inspire_ds:extendedcapabilities/ inspire_common:temporalextent /inspire_ds:extendedcapabilities/ inspire_common:temporalreference/ inspire_common:dateofpublication /inspire_ds:extendedcapabilities/ inspire_common:temporalreference/ inspire_common:dateoflastrevision /inspire_ds:extendedcapabilities/ inspire_common:temporalreference/ inspire_common:dateofcreation /inspire_ds:extendedcapabilities/ inspire_common:conformity/ inspire_common:specification /inspire_ds:extendedcapabilities/ inspire_common:conformity/ inspire_common:degree M /csw:capabilities/ Serviceidentification/Fees M /csw:capabilities/ Serviceidentification/AccessConstraints M csw:capabilities/ Serviceprovider/ProviderName and csw:capabilities/ Serviceprovider/ServiceContact/ContactInf o/address/electronicmailaddress M csw:capabilities/serviceprovider/role M /inspire_ds:extendedcapabilities/ inspire_common:metadatapointofcontact M /inspire_ds:extendedcapabilities/ inspire_common:metadatadate Type Field Date Date Date Date string boolean string string string string string Date /inspire_ds:extendedcapabilities/inspire_co Metadata Language (B10.3) M mmon:responselanguage/ string inspire_common:language ISO / CSW ISO AP identificationinfo[1]/*/extent/*/temp oralelement/*/extent [ISO 19139] identificationinfo[1]/*/citation/*/date [./*/datetype/*/text()=' publication']/*/date [ISO 19139] identificationinfo[1]/*/citation/*/date [./*/datetype/*/text()='r evision']/*/date [ISO 19139] identificationinfo[1]/*/citation/*/date [./*/datetype/*/text()=' creation']/*/date [ISO 19139] dataqualityinfo/*/report/*/result/*/s pecification [ISO 19139] dataqualityinfo/*/report/*/result/*/p ass [ISO 19139] identificationinfo[1]/*/resourcecon straints/*/uselimitation [ISO 19139] identificationinfo[1]/*/resourcecon straints/*/accessconstraints [ISO 19139] identificationinfo[1]/*/pointofconta c/t*/ organisationname and identificationinfo[1]/*/pointofconta ct/address/electronicmailaddress [ISO 19139] identificationinfo[1]/*/pointofconta ct/*/role [ISO 19139] contact datestamp language Discover Metadata INSPIRE Implementing Rule CSW ISO AP Reference [INS NS, Annex II] Section 3 Operation name Discover Metadata Obligation / condition Mandatory Operation name CSW Discovery.GetRecords Definition The primary means of a GetRecords operation is to search and to present metadata records Request Parameters Implementation Requirement 9 According to [INS NS, Annex II, Section 3.1] two parameters shall be supported by the service: Language, and Query. 20

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