Difference between revisions of "OpenGIS Catalogue Service Implementation Specification"
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| The geoportal of an SDI is commonly an example of a catalogue service. A proprietary catalogue service implementation is the Esri Geoportal Server 1.2.5.
| The geoportal of an SDI is commonly an example of a catalogue service. A proprietary catalogue service implementation is the Esri Geoportal Server1.2.5.
Latest revision as of 09:17, 12 June 2017
|Full name||OpenGIS Catalogue Service Implementation Specification|
|Type of standard||ISO International Standard and OpenGIS Implementation Specification|
|Application||Catalogue services support the ability to publish and search collections of descriptive information (metadata) for data, services, and related information objects. The OGC Catalogue Services Specification defines the requirements for the interface and bindings to realise these functionalities. This specification includes an HTTP protocol binding, called the Catalogue Services for the Web (CSW).|
|Conformance classes||None specified|
|Implementation benefits||Catalogue services are an important aspect of most spatial data infrastructures (SDI). It allows the client to search and discover data and associated services. The catalogue service relies on metadata of the data and service.|
|Products||The geoportal of an SDI is commonly an example of a catalogue service. A proprietary catalogue service implementation is the Esri Geoportal Server 1.2.5.|
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- ISO 19119:2005 Geographic information - Services
- ISO 19128:2005 Geographic information - Web Map Server interface
- ISO 19136:2007 Geographic information - Geography Markup Language (GML)
- ISO 19142:2010 Geographic information - Web Feature Service
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