vazdemello at gmail.com
Thu Sep 2 18:35:10 BST 2021
thank you very much!!!
will work over this one...
think Tellico will be good at least to access data quickly (my base is a
little more complex but I'll avoid any relationships and work as single
Em qui., 26 de ago. de 2021 às 21:22, Robby Stephenson <robby at periapsis.org>
> On Sun, Aug 22, 2021 at 8:30 PM Robby Stephenson <robby at periapsis.org>
>> On Sat, Aug 21, 2021 at 2:50 PM Fernando Vaz-de-Mello <
>> vazdemello at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> did anyone try to import a database in darwincore format (a biological
>>> collection) into tellico? is there a template available in order not to
>>> need to create all darwincore fields again?
>> No, to my knowledge, there's no existing translation code for darwincore.
>> If you have your files in XML, then using an XSLT transform would be the
>> easiest way to get them into Tellico. If you want to send me one of your
>> sample files privately, I can take a stab at writing a translation template.
> Here's a basic XSL template for importing simple Darwin Core records, like
> the on section 2.6.1 at https://dwc.tdwg.org/xml/, the darwin2tellico.xsl
> file attached.
> Within Tellico, you can do
> 1. File->Import->Import XSL Transform
> 2. Select your XML data file (I've also attached darwin.xml which is the
> 3. Select Replace current collection
> 4. Click the folder icon to select the darwin2tellico.xsl file whereever
> you saved it
> 5. Click Import
> Hopefully, that can give you a starting place. Looks like the Darwin Core
> can be very complex. I don't think Tellico is able to handle all the
> defined relationships in such a model, you'd need a full relational
> database (like MariaSQL or Sqlite) for that
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