On May 18, 2006, at 12:53 PM, Ethan Davis wrote:
One problem is that your catalog is not valid according to the InvCatalog schema. The TDS is pretty lenient when reading catalogs so I don't think any of this is causing the problem you are seeing. But here are the details. Just a few changes fix it. At the catalog level, service elements must come before dataset elements. The datasetRoot element needs a location attribute instead of a dirLocation attribute (either is allowed in datasetScan but not in datasetRoot). Inside of datasets, access elements come after metadata and dataSize elements. Also, metadata elements have to come before dataset elements. I've attached a new version of your catalog that fixes these problems.
Can you try the attached catalog and check for well-formed XML in the linked resource and see how well that works?
You could just stick some text and an HTML link into a documentation element:
<documentation>Other related datasets are available in this datasets <a href="???">parent collection</a>.</documentation>
Thanks for your time, Bruce
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