[Auscope-geosciml] GeoSciML 2.1 ShearDisplacementStructure problem [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

Oliver.Raymond at ga.gov.au Oliver.Raymond at ga.gov.au
Sun Aug 1 02:25:43 EDT 2010

Hi Marcus,

That's OK as long as all your 1GE co-workers also realise that the v2.1 faultType attribute only works for gsml21:ShearDisplacementStructure and not Fault, DuctileShear, or FaultSystem.


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> John, Tim, Marcus - could you please check the v2.2 schemas for your
> 1GE purposes.  You will need them if you want to deliver Faults with
> faultType.
Our 1GE services currently return MappedFeatures with a specification of gsml21:ShearDisplacementStructure features which have a faultType property. That's the default way the 1GE connector is set up and I think everyone in 1GE will be doing it that way but BRGM can confirm. We have so little data to put in I don't think we have anything to put in the extra properties (segment?) of the Fault sub-type. Given the end of 1GE is approaching I don't suppose there's much point changing this now.


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