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Help for use Harvesting

Pierre LAGARDE

Hi,

 

I would like to use the harvesting to collect remote data. But, I don’t know how I have to operate ? Could you give me the best method ?

 

Thanks for your help.

 

Pierre.


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Re: Help for use Harvesting

acarboni
> Hi,
>
> I would like to use the harvesting to collect remote data. But, I don't know
> how I have to operate ? Could you give me the best method ?
>
> Thanks for your help.
>
> Pierre.

Hi Pierre,

to setup remote harvesting you have to edit the web/WEB-INF/config.xml file.
At the beginning of that file, there is a commented block like this one:

<!--
                <schedule name="geonetwork sync" class=".schedules.MetadataSync" when="12 hours">
                        <param name="sites">
                        ...
                        </param>
                </schedule>
-->

You have to uncomment this block, use the inline comments to understand the
parameters meaning and remove the comments (or fix them) to have a good xml
file. The parameter 'site' represents one remote geonetwork node, so you can add
as many remote nodes as you want.

Cheers,
Andrea


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Missing templates?

Archie Warnock
I've just done a clean install of 2.0.1 and am attempting to create some
metadata.  When I select Administration|New Metadata, the page that
comes up has a selection box for templates, but nothing is in the box.
What files is it supposed to find to use, and where should they be located?

Thanks!

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RE: Missing templates?

François-Xavier PRUNAYRE
Hi Archie, two things to try :
- log in as admin to geonetwork and search for templates with the interface
- have a look to your table METADATA and search for row with ISTEMPLATE = y

If nothing there, you could try to import a new one with an xml import,
switch to edit mode and tick the checkbox to set your new metadata as a
template.

HTH. Francois



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I've just done a clean install of 2.0.1 and am attempting to create some
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What files is it supposed to find to use, and where should they be located?

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Re: Missing templates?

Archie Warnock
François Prunayre wrote:
> Hi Archie, two things to try :
> - log in as admin to geonetwork and search for templates with the interface

Hi Francois,

Thanks for the help.  This worked, at least to the extent that I was able to
locate templates via the search.  I can even modify one and save it as a
template.  However, when I go to create new metadata, I still don't have any
templates listed in the pull-down box on the Metadata creation page, and
attempting to create it without a selection results in an error.

I guess the question is why aren't any templates listed on the Metadata creation
page?

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Re: Help for use Harvesting

Jeroen Ticheler-3
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Hi!
I would just like to add that this allows for metadata harvesting,  
the data itself is not transferred! Links to the data remain pointing  
to the original location.
Ciao,
Jeroen

On 7 Feb 2006, at 15:34, Andrea Carboni wrote:


>> Hi,
>>
>> I would like to use the harvesting to collect remote data. But, I  
>> don't know
>> how I have to operate ? Could you give me the best method ?
>>
>> Thanks for your help.
>>
>> Pierre.
>>
>>
>
> Hi Pierre,
>
> to setup remote harvesting you have to edit the web/WEB-INF/
> config.xml file.
> At the beginning of that file, there is a commented block like this  
> one:
>
> <!--
>         <schedule name="geonetwork sync"  
> class=".schedules.MetadataSync" when="12 hours">
>             <param name="sites">
>             ...
>             </param>
>         </schedule>
> -->
>
> You have to uncomment this block, use the inline comments to  
> understand the
> parameters meaning and remove the comments (or fix them) to have a  
> good xml
> file. The parameter 'site' represents one remote geonetwork node,  
> so you can add
> as many remote nodes as you want.
>
> Cheers,
> Andrea
>
>
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