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  • Stefania MORRONE
    Stefania MORRONE replied on the discussion topic Drinking Water Directive - Water Supply Zones
    Dear Miroslav, the solution is acceptable. Stefania   view reply
  • Beatriz Caro Gadea
    Beatriz Caro Gadea replied on the discussion topic inspireld
    Hi Kate!  no I didn´t do it !! yes that was the problem...thank so much indeed!   have a nice day view reply
  • Kate Lyndegaard
    Kate Lyndegaard replied on the discussion topic inspireld
    Hi Beatriz, I can see that you have loaded your source and target schemas. Have you loaded your source data? You should see the number of loaded features beside the feature type. Please see the following screenshot: The feature type... view reply
  • Beatriz Caro Gadea
    Beatriz Caro Gadea replied on the discussion topic inspireld
    Thanks Stefania you have been very helpfull!!! I have an other problem with the  transformation on hale, I finished the mapping setting up all the relation between source schema and target schema but when i try to exporting as gml it... view reply
  • Stefania MORRONE
    Stefania MORRONE replied on the discussion topic inspireld
    Hi Beatriz, you have to map each single inspireId subfield i.e. in the alignment,  you have to provide a 'mapping cell' for the localId, one for the namespace and (optionally) one for the version. you cannot (and don't need... view reply
  • Miroslav FANTA
    Miroslav FANTA replied on the discussion topic Drinking Water Directive - Water Supply Zones
    Dear Stefania, thank you very much for your prompt reply. Concerning Zone Type Code attribute, using of suggested "drinkingWaterProtectionArea" codelist item could be considered as problematic from the first point of view, because... view reply
  • Beatriz Caro Gadea
    Beatriz Caro Gadea replied on the discussion topic inspireld
  • Beatriz Caro Gadea
    Beatriz Caro Gadea added a new discussion topic inspireld
    Good morning?? how can I get the inspireld on hale studio, I´ve tried using the fuction Inspire Identifier but it set is deprecated, so i´m a bit confused now and also how can I set up the cardinality on the source...
    • Beatriz Caro Gadea

      By Beatriz Caro Gadea

      Thanks Stefania you have been very helpfull!!!

      I have an other problem with the  transformation on hale, I finished the mapping setting up all the relation between source schema and target schema but when i try to exporting as gml it doesn´t allow me and also on the workbench 'transformation' it doesn´t appear anything, I mean this:

      I´ve checked out an example training and I could see this:

       

       

      I don´t what I am doing wrong.

      Thank you in advance!

    • Kate Lyndegaard

      By Kate Lyndegaard

      Hi Beatriz,
      I can see that you have loaded your source and target schemas. Have you loaded your source data?

      You should see the number of loaded features beside the feature type. Please see the following screenshot:




      The feature type HydroNode has data loaded. The feature type WatercourseLink does not.
      Once you have loaded your source data and enabled live transformation, you should be able to export your gml file.

      Kind regards,
      Kate Lyndegaard

      wetransform Gmbh
      www.wetransform.to

    • Beatriz Caro Gadea

      By Beatriz Caro Gadea

      Hi Kate!  no I didn´t do it !! yes that was the problem...thank so much indeed!

       

      have a nice day

  • Stefania MORRONE
    Stefania MORRONE replied on the discussion topic Drinking Water Directive - Water Supply Zones
    Hi Miroslaw, the water supply zones are "areas managed" under the Drinking Water Directive and well fit the scope of the Area Management / restriction / regulation zones & reporting units INSPIRE data theme. Regarding the... view reply
  • Miroslav FANTA
    Miroslav FANTA added a new discussion topic Drinking Water Directive - Water Supply Zones
    Our institution CENIA (Czech Environmental Information Agency) is responsible for coordination of INSPIRE acitivities in the Czech Republic. Providers of DWD data in our country asked us for support concerning the preparation of Water...
    • Stefania MORRONE

      By Stefania MORRONE

      Hi Miroslaw,

      the water supply zones are "areas managed" under the Drinking Water Directive and well fit the scope of the Area Management / restriction / regulation zones & reporting units INSPIRE data theme.

      Regarding the geometry representation, the AM Data Specification state that "Typically the representation of the geometry of a ManagementRestrictionOrRegulationZone shall be either a GM_Surface or GM_MultiSurface. However, it has been recognised that at some levels of detail the geometry may be represented as either a GM_Point or GM_Curve.Consequently, any constraints on the geometry representation have been removed".

      This means that point geometry can be used because in this case it corresponds to the level of detail of the source data set .

      Regarding the Zone Type code, the http://inspire.ec.europa.eu/codelist/ZoneTypeCode/drinkingWaterProtectionArea is the value to use.

      To further specify that the source data set contains water supply zones under the Drinking Water Directive, the specialisedZoneType attribute (optional attribute) could be used. In fact, this attribute is meant to provide an additional value to further specialise the type of zone specified in the zoneType element. 

      The specialisedZoneType can contain any value defined by data provider (as long as it is made available in a public register – ref. Article 6(3) of the Implementing Rules).

      More specifically, the http://inspire.ec.europa.eu/codelist/SpecialisedZoneTypeCode does not contain any value (empty code list). The AM Data Specification state that the values for the specialisedZoneTypeshould be derived from relevant domain-specific controlled vocabulary, where available". An extension of the INSPIRE code list SpecialisedZoneTypeCode is provided in the Eionet Data Dictionary, but currently it does not contain any value for water supply zones under DWD (read more on the specialisedZoneTypeCode in this Thematic Cluster post.).

      Regarding the WMS layer,  follow what specified in Sec 11.1 of the Data Specification for the layer AM.DrinkingWaterProtectionArea and in Sec 11.2.7 for the style relevant to abovementioned layer (for points, the geometry is rendered  as a square with a size of 6 pixels, with a light blue(#BED2FF) fill and a black outline).

      Hope this helps

      Stefania
       

       

    • Miroslav FANTA

      By Miroslav FANTA

      Dear Stefania,

      thank you very much for your prompt reply.

      Concerning Zone Type Code attribute, using of suggested "drinkingWaterProtectionArea" codelist item could be considered as problematic from the first point of view, because meaning of the drinking water protection area (= area from which the drinking water is taken) is different from the water supply zone (= area supplied by drinking water). On the other hand, if appropriate clarification is provided in the specialisedZoneType attribute (for example: "water supply zone (DWD)") and if we consider, that no more suitable value is available in the ZoneType codelist, then suggested solution is OK.

      I have just one additional question (which could be relevant also for other Area management topics) - if polygon dataset is provided by country within this theme, is it allowed to use overlapping polygons?

      Example: agglomerations A, B and C are served by drinking water sources 1 and 2. Out of this, agglomeration A is served by source 1 only, agglomeration C is served by source 2 only and agglomeration B is served by water mixed from both sources 1 + 2. In such case, water supply zone relevant for drinking water source 1 includes agglomerations A + B and water supply zone relevant for drinking water source 2 includes agglomerations B + C. If the water supply zones are represented by polygons, these polygons will overlapp in the area of agglomeration B. Is such solution acceptable?

      Miroslav

    • Stefania MORRONE

      By Stefania MORRONE

      Dear Miroslav,

      the solution is acceptable.

      Stefania

       

  • Stefania MORRONE
    Stefania MORRONE replied on the discussion topic hale studio
    Hi Beatriz, you can connect hale studio directly to PostGis Database ... no need to use csv or any other format. You might find it useful to follow the tutorials on the INSPIRE Knowledge Base... view reply
  • Beatriz Caro Gadea
    Beatriz Caro Gadea added a new discussion topic hale studio
    Hi all! I´ve got all my Inspire tables made on postgis and I don´t know really what to do right now, what´s the next step? shall i export them as csv document from postgis??   thank you
  • Beatriz Caro Gadea
    Beatriz Caro Gadea replied on the discussion topic Habitats and bitopes
    Yes Stefania, you´ve been very helpful, thank you very much. Do you know where is possible to find a real example to see if I am doing it well??   Nice day! view reply
  • Stefania MORRONE
    Stefania MORRONE replied on the discussion topic Habitats and bitopes
    Yes Beatriz , you could also provide the label of the code list value in the <xlink: title> element. In your case , this means that in the GML dataset you have <hb:referenceSpeciesId xlink:href="... view reply
  • Beatriz Caro Gadea
    Beatriz Caro Gadea replied on the discussion topic Habitats and bitopes
    Hi Stefania! yes i understood what you´ve said but my only doubt is that in the species I am looking for It doesn´t appear a proper code so I mean this : (http://www.eu-nomen.eu/portal/taxon.php?GUID=F3C17C56-71C1-47E0-BB0F-BF9B8B569CD6)... view reply
  • Stefania MORRONE
    Stefania MORRONE replied on the discussion topic Habitats and bitopes
    Hi Beatriz, the encoding provided by Dirk (thank you Dirk ) is the correct one. Just to suggest a modus operandi, I would only add that, if you search for the 'ReferenceSpeciesCodeValue' in the INSPIRE code list registry... view reply
  • Beatriz Caro Gadea
    Beatriz Caro Gadea replied on the discussion topic Habitats and bitopes
    ok, but in mt case the specie is pinus halepensis mill and it doesn´t appear the code : (http://www.eu-nomen.eu/portal/taxon.php?GUID=F3C17C56-71C1-47E0-BB0F-BF9B8B569CD6) so I guess  it is enough just de url with the guid in question? view reply
  • Dirk HINTERLANG
    Dirk HINTERLANG replied on the discussion topic Habitats and bitopes
    Hello Beatriz, the reference species ID on EU-Nomen is the URL for the species in question. E.g. if you ask for Bombina bombina you will get the URL http://www.eu-nomen.eu/portal/taxon.php?GUID=urn:lsid:faunaeur.org:taxname:177876 and this URL is... view reply
  • Beatriz Caro Gadea
    Beatriz Caro Gadea added a new discussion topic Habitats and bitopes
    Hi all! About The UML Habitats and Biotopes Scheme in the Habitats Species Type table it said this; Closed codelist of accepted PAN-european taxonomical reference lists defining the nomenclature and taxonomical concept of a given species name....
  • Katharina SCHLEIDT
    Katharina SCHLEIDT replied on the discussion topic Reuse of INSPIRE Protected Sites data sets in CDDA 2018 reporting.
    Agreed! Somehow sad that while half the information (basic protected sites) will be made generally available via INSPIRE, the details (CDDA) remain locked within European silos Not how I'd hoped INSPIRE would turn out :) view reply
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