You have the option to change the XSL that is responsible for the
transformation of the metadata. The other option you have is to use
this tool to do an export of data + thumbnail + metadata and upload
that straight into the geonetwork catalog.
Let me know if that works for you.
On Mar 4, 2009, at 12:53 AM, ache051 ache051 wrote:
> Hi Jeroen!
> Thanks for the help! The code works perfectly. The only thing would
> be that I export the XML from ArcGIS, would you know of a way to
> incorporate the XML element into the metadata schema, so I don't
> have to copy and paste it every time?
> Thanks! :)
> 2009/3/3 Jeroen Ticheler <Jeroen.Ticheler@...>
> Hi Alan,
> Try to make sure there's already the "template" online resource
> element in your XML you upload. That should hopefully give you your
> upload button immediately.
> So it should look something like:
> <gmd:description gco:nilReason="missing">
> On Mar 2, 2009, at 10:57 PM, Alan Cheung wrote:
> Hi My name is Alan and I'm from the University of Auckland. Nice to
> meet you
> all! :)
> Recently we are toying around with a standard setup of Geonetwork
> 2.2, and
> it is all marvelous. However whenever we do an XML Metadata Insert,
> "Upload" button under distribution would not appear even when I change
> Protocol under Online Resources to File for Download. As a result I
> had to
> navigate to Advanced View and add an extra panel of Online Resources
> to get
> the button back and upload the dataset.
> Could anybody get me out of my misery on where the button went? :)
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