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Right now GeoNetwork is focused as a catalog, not as a storage service. So the answer is no. The idea is that the only files stored on the catalog are mostly cached thumbnails of the layers.


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To do this you'll need to update the Description within the metadata. Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be a real simple way to do this with arcpy. However, @Ashatz11 over on Stackoverflow documented a pretty straightforward workflow: Updating metadata for feature classes programatically using arcpy Also, here's a similar post on GIS SE, that's worth ...


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Have you tried resetting the ArcCatalog settings? Delete or rename your "normal.gxt", this is in your user profile folders, for instance: C:\Users\myusername\AppData\Roaming\ESRI\Desktop10.2\ArcCatalog


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Watch out that ArcCatalog has a default option that does update some of the metadata fields when you view the metadata sheet. Check out the ArcCatalog options > metadata tab > uncheck the tick box "Automatically update when metadata is viewed". More on automatic metadata update in ArcGIS in the online help.


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Have you looked at the ESRI Metadata Toolkit? It is made for designing custom metadata styles. Heavy coding required, though.



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