[IPT] examples of datasets using Identification History extensions

Herbario SANT sant.herbarium at gmail.com
Thu Mar 19 13:39:07 CET 2015

Hi Niels and rest of IPT list suscriptors.

I saw Niels Klazenga message to TDWG list, about using DarwinCore
extensions in IPT and mapping them from mysql databases.
I am not currently using IPT yet, but I also try to figure out how to do
the same thing, and also wondering how the final results will be.

Regarding that, I still couldn't find any GBIF dataset which is using the
Identification History extension. I would like to see how those date look
like when they are searched through gbif portal.

Maybe any of you can provide me with links to occurrence datasets
(preferrably herbaria) which are provinding Identification History data?

By the way ... is it possible to use that extension using a Tapirlink
If so, I would also like to know about some examples of providers using it.

Thanks a lot

On Mon, Sep 1, 2014 at 3:33 PM, Niels Klazenga <
Niels.Klazenga at rbg.vic.gov.au> wrote:

> Thanks Tim and Kyle,
> I have signed up to the IPT list, to which I will send any further
> questions, but thanks to your responses I have already worked out how to do
> what I wanted to do. Turns out that I did overlook something, namely that I
> needed to create multiple data sources within the same resource. Pretty
> obvious in hindsight.
> Niels
> >>> Tim Robertson <trobertson at gbif.org> 09/01/14 5:43 PM >>>
> Hi Niels,
> The correct mailing list is the IPT list (
> http://lists.gbif.org/mailman/listinfo/ipt).  I suggest mailing that,
> providing as much information as possible - IPT version, the core and
> extensions you are using, the SQL statements you use etc.
> The IPT does allows multiple mappings per source file which is a common
> practice, but you cannot map to an extension until you have mapped the
> core.  There are some workarounds there, such as creating a core with only
> the minimum fields, and then effectively mapping an extension in a 1:1
> manner (rather than multiple rows per core record).
> Cheers,
> Tim
> On 01 Sep 2014, at 09:11, Niels Klazenga <Niels.Klazenga at rbg.vic.gov.au>
> wrote:
>  Dear all,
> Not sure if this is appropriate use of this list, but I don't know where
> else to go. I was hoping I could prevail on someone to help me find out how
> to use extensions in the IPT provider for data from an SQL database,
> without creating duplicate rows in the core file or empty rows (apart from
> the core ID) in the extension file(s). I think I tried everything, but I
> must be overlooking something.
> I found this, http://lists.gbif.org/pipermail/ipt/2013-October/000545.html,
> during my googling for an answer, which I think has the solution, but I
> can't work out how to implement it, as my IPT installation doesn't seem to
> let me create a mapping to just an extension and only lets me use one data
> mapping source for any resource.
> Niels
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Herbario SANT
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Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
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