This section applies mainly to ISO19139 records and partially
to Dublin Core (ie. only documents can be associated in Dublin Core) standards.
Linking a document
2 approaches can be used to link documents:
- by providing a URL
- by uploading a document
To add a new one, click on the + caret button then Add an online resource
button or, if alreay one exists, just click on the title of the Online resources.
To link a URL, set the following properties:
- Protocol to describe the type of document attached (Web address (URL) is the default)
- Linkage to point to the target document. It can be any type of links like http://, ftp://, file:///, ...
- Name is optional and provides a label for making an hyperlink
- Description is optional and provides more details about the link
To upload a document, switch to the Upload tab and choose a document,
or drag and drop it in the pop up. In that case, the protocol is hidden
and is set to WWW:DOWNLOAD.
Depending on your needs, more specific links could be added and will
be associated to different actions and display in the applications.
Linking a database table or a GIS file on the network
To reference a GIS file or a database table, user can upload or link to a that resource
(see Linking a document). The type of protocol depends on the type of
When having information about the database or file on the local network, it may
be relevant to hide those informations for public users
(see Restreindre l’accès à certaines informations).
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