: Public abstract <<FeatureType>> Class
Created: 2013.01.04 15:23:24
Modified: 2013.02.21 11:01:10
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An abstract parent class of those features that may be spatially located in the landscape.
Element Source Role Target Role
«FeatureType» LandscapeFeature
Class  
Name:  
 
Name: relatedFeature
 
Details:
Relationship to allow relating features in the landscape to each other. For example, the relationship between soils and the landscape, vegetation and the landscape or soils and vegetation.
MD_Metadata
Class  
Name:  
 
Name: metadata
 
Details:
 
«FeatureType» SpatialEntity
Class  
Name: featureDescription
Points to the landscape features which describe the spatial entity.
Name: occurrence
Points to any number of spatial entities that are occurrences of the Landscape feature. Spatial entities may all be from a single map or from several maps.
Details:
 
Element Source Role Target Role
«FeatureType» LandscapeFeature
Class  
Name:  
 
Name: relatedFeature
 
Details:
Relationship to allow relating features in the landscape to each other. For example, the relationship between soils and the landscape, vegetation and the landscape or soils and vegetation.
Tag Value
byValuePropertyType false
Details:
Values: true,false
Default: false
Description: Create a property type that requires that the instance is encoded inline (applies to ISO 19136:2007 encoding rule). Always set to false in INSPIRE.
isCollection false
Details:
Values: true,false
Default: false
Description: Identifies the feature type as a feature collection.
noPropertyType false
Details:
Values: true,false
Default: false
Description: Surpress creation of a standard property type that supports inline or by-reference encoding (applies to ISO 19136:2007 encoding rule). Always set to false in INSPIRE.
xsdEncodingRule iso19136_2007
Details:
Values: iso19136_2007,iso19139_2007,iso19136_2007_INSPIRE_Extensions
Default: iso19136_2007
Description: XML Schema encoding rule to apply
Object Type Connection Direction Notes
Vegetation Class Generalization From  
SoilLandscape Class Generalization From  
AbstractSoil Class Generalization From  
«FeatureType» LandscapeFeature Class Class From Relationship to allow relating features in the landscape to each other. For example, the relationship between soils and the landscape, vegetation and the landscape or soils and vegetation.