Barisar Clear and refresh images: Clicking the merge action will open a window that is used to select a primary entity for the merge. Using the Overview view to navigate a large graph. From the Collections tab, the rule ratio for collection nodes can be set. We general use Twitter to post notifications about new features and we use YouTube to post any new video tutorials that we do.
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See Search Statistics. Metadata Status: Allows finer control of the metadata workflow. Records can be assigned a status that reflects where they are in the metadata workflow: draft, approved, retired, submitted, rejected. When the status changes the relevant user is informed via email. See Status. Metadata Versioning: Captures changes to metadata records and metadata properties status, privileges, categories and records them as versions in a subversion respository.
See Versioning. See Formatter. Assembling Metadata Records from Reusable Components: Metadata records can now be assembled from reusable components eg. The components can be present in the local catalog or brought in from a remote catalog with caching to speed up access.
A component directory interface is available for editing and viewing the components. See Fragments. Editor Improvements: Picking terms from a thesaurus using a search widget, selecting reusable metadata components for inclusion in the record, user defined suggestions or picklists to control content, context sensitive help, creating relationships between records.
Harvest History and Scheduling: Harvesting events are now recorded in the database for review at any time. See Harvest History. Harvester scheduling is now much more flexible, you can start a harvest at any time of the day and at almost any interval weekly etc. This is MEF version 2. See Export facilities. Plug in metadata schemas: You can define your own metadata schema and plug it into GeoNetwork on demand.
Documentation to help you do this and example plug in schemas can be found in the Developers Manual. Some of the most common community plug in schemas can be downloaded from the GeoNetwork source code repository.
See Schemas. Addition of JNDI or container based database connection support. See Database configuration. See Virtual CSW server entry points. Configuration Overrides: Now you can add your own configuration options to GeoNetwork, keep them in one file and maintain them independently from GeoNetwork. See Configuration override. Multilingual Indexing: If you have to cope with metadata in different languages, GeoNetwork can now index each language and search all across language indexes by translating your search terms.
See Multilingual search. Keywords in ISO records are anchored to the definition of the concept in the thesaurus. See Thesaurus. System Monitoring: Automatically monitoring the health of a Geonetwork web application. See System Monitoring. Many other improvements: charset detection and conversion on import, batch application of an XSLT to a selected set of metadata records see Processing , remote notification of metadata changes, automatic integration tests to improve development and reduce regression and, of course, many bug fixes.
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GeoNetwork is a catalog application to manage spatially referenced resources. It provides powerful metadata editing and search functions as well as an interactive web map viewer. It is currently used in numerous Spatial Data Infrastructure initiatives across the world. The search provides full-text search as well as faceted search on keywords, resource types, organizations, scale, … Users can easily refine the search and quickly get to the records of interest. GeoSpatial layers, but also services, maps or even non geographic datasets can be described in the catalog. Easily navigate accross records and find sources or services publishing a dataset.
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