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ERGO PROGRESS 0903 4CT

ERGO Progress March 2009: 4C Technologies NV

WP2200 Support to the requirement definition: OMAR


Activities performed

  • none.


Outcomes and results

  • none.


Problems and concerns

  • none.


Plans for next period

  • This WP has been completed




WP3200 Implementation of the CSW/EbRim and EO Application Profile for CSW 2.0 /EbRim based on the OMAR


Activities performed

  • Major change:

* Update of Buddata ebRR implementation to be compliant with the HMA-T Baseline (being EOP Extension Package for ebRIM Profile for CSW version 0.2.2)
* Update of Buddata ebRR translation of GML Application Schema for EO Products version 0.9.3 to the previous ebRIM version
* Justification: Although this was not foreseen initially in our requirements, we had no other choice because Compliance Testing is to be done on these versions

  • Refactoring of the Translator component to be able to extend it with new translations and to recognize a translation based on the namespace of the input (to-be-translated) XML
  • Put the Buddata ebRR code under Maven and fix dependencies (assisted by Intecs); improving the project code structuring
  • Replacing custom Xpath parser to Saxpath (allows better future extensions)
  • Implementation of the GetRepostoryItem operation using HTTP Get (not initially foreseen)
  • Security implementation continued (based on WS-Policy, using method-level security)
  • Bug fixing continued and implementation of a number of minor change requests (by Intecs)


Outcomes and results

  • Various (see higher)


Problems and concerns

  • none.


Plans for next period

  • Testing, bugfixing, refactoring




WP4200 Support to the testing activities: OMAR


Activities performed

  • Activity is not yet started.


Outcomes and results

  • none.


Problems and concerns

  • none.


Plans for next period

  • none


Contributors to this page: Jef Vanbockryck
Massimiliano Fanciulli .

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