INSPIRE SpatialDataSet Export

The support for exporting GML is covered by the XML Export and GML Export. If the result schema contains the INSPIRE SpatialDataSet you can furthermore choose GML (INSPIRE SpatialDataSet). This option allows you to specify an INSPIRE identifier, metadata to include, and the creation of an INSPIRE dataset feed.

INSPIRE Download Services

For the export you have the option to generate an ATOM dataset feed. The created dataset feed can be used to create an INSPIRE download service. To complement the dataset feed a download feed is needed. The download feed has to link to metadata for the download service and to an OpenSearchDescription. Please have a look at the Technical Guidance for the implementation of INSPIRE Download Services (to be found at the INSPIRE website in Network Services) for more details on implementing an ATOM based INSPIRE Download Service.
Following is an example of how a download feed could look like, that references the generated data set feed (with one entry for each dataset):

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?>
<feed xmlns=""
   <title>My INSPIRE Download Service</title>
   <link href="downloadservicemetadata.xml" rel="describedby"
   <link href="" rel="self"
         title="This document" type="application/atom+xml"/>
   <link href=""
         rel="search" title="Search Description for INSPIRE download service"
   <rights>Copyright (c) 2014, XYZ; all rights reserved</rights>
      <name>John Doe</name>
      <link href="" rel="describedby" type="application/xml"/>
      <link href="" rel="alternate"
            title="Feed containing this dataset (in one or more downloadable formats)" type="application/atom+xml"/>
      <title>Example Dataset Feed</title>
         <name>John Doe</name>
      <category label="WGS 84 / Pseudo-Mercator" term=""/>

What is an Instance?

Save the transformation result