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Can anyone add some infomation about building protected sites inspire layer? I cannot understand the whole specification schema and I didn't know how to use it in a real database.

  • Probably you are better off at a special INSPIRE interest group specific to either your country or your area of interest. The problem with the INSPIRE models is that they define a UML schema, which hat multiple mappings to relational databases. So there is not the way to use the schema in a database, but you'll have to derive the actual database tables on your own (please correct me where i am wrong). – til_b Nov 14 '13 at 15:48
  • @til_b: Thank the answer. Yes, I'm using this specification: bit.ly/9RpioO I'm trying to derive my attribute data with Inspire uml schema, but I don't know how to look. I found an example data on the net: filedropper.com/protectedsitesspagdbetrs89 This is the base shp with attribute. But in the UML scheme have a lot of relationship with other table in gdb xml tempplate. In this table contain some choice possibility f.e. Natura2000, but some of that I cannot chose my actual value (siteOfCommunityImportance). – endy Nov 18 '13 at 8:39
  • filedropper.com/protectedsitesspagdbetrs89 deleted the second link, this is work – endy Nov 22 '13 at 6:59
  • @til_b I think you should make your Comment into an Answer – PolyGeo Jun 3 '14 at 22:23
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    Perhaps it would be best to ask this question on the INSPIRE thematic clusters forum this seems appropriate: Who has implemented the Protected Sites Schema? and who has struggled? – nmtoken Mar 17 '15 at 12:18
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Probably you are better off at a special INSPIRE interest group specific to either your country or your area of interest.

The problem with the INSPIRE models is that they define a UML schema, which has multiple mappings to relational databases. So there is not the way to use the schema in a database, but you'll have to derive the actual database tables on your own (please correct me where i am wrong).

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    I am trying to explain exactly what you described to my boss for several years now. so thumbs up – elasticrash Mar 28 '15 at 14:41

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