[Auscope-geosciml] UML for ISO metadata proxy classes for GeoSciML3 [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]
smrtucson at gmail.com
Thu Mar 4 00:07:23 EST 2010
So Rob pointed out the ISO19139 schema at
I looked at these, and they do validate with gml3.1.1 (after removing
some #ISO-8601 default values, using xmlSpy 2005), so is this what we
would point the classMaps at? Don't we just need a classmap that will
point the implementation of MD_Metadata in Geosciml-core/Metadata at the
ISO19139 gml3.1.1 valid gmd:MD_Metadata element?
On 3/3/2010 8:04 PM, Oliver.Raymond at ga.gov.au wrote:
> Thanks Rob. I am doing exactly as you describe.
> I am creating a small simple GML3.1 version of ISO19115 containing
> only the few classes we are interested in. (I could have just mapped
> all ISO19115 references in GeoSciML3 to text strings and avoided using
> a proxy schema altogether, but we want our GML3.1 GeoSciML3
> implementation to be a bit more sophisticated and closer in testing to
> the real GML3.2 implementation of GeoSciML3 that will come later).
> Where Simon might be anxious is that I have stored the ISO19115_Proxy
> files in the GeoSciML svn. This was just a matter of convenience as I
> don’t think I have write permissions anywhere else on the svn. I am
> very happy to move the ISO19115_Proxy XMI file to another svn location
> outside the GeoSciML svn (like we have done with the vocabulary
> files). I’ll talk to Gilly about that?
> Please be reassured that the ISO19115_Proxy app schema is ***NOT***
> part of the GeoSciML model UML. It is a separate package outside
> As advised by you and Simon, the GeoSciML3 UML contains only
> references to the real ISO19115 classes. The GML3.1 implementation of
> GeoSciML3 will be created by FullMoon using a local classmap to point
> to our proxy ISO19115 classes.
> I hope that clears up any misunderstandings.
> /Ollie Raymond
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> *Subject:* Re: [Auscope-geosciml] UML for ISO metadata proxy classes
> for GeoSciML3 [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]
> you should need to use a proxy schema - i.e. a gml 3.1 implementation
> of ISO 19115.
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