LPISQA 3.b.i LPISQA portal manual

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The LPIS QA Web Application (https://lpis.jrc.ec.europa.eu/lq/index.php) has been developped to support MS with exchange of non-spatial and spatial data with the EC. Its main functionalities are:

  • creation and download of sample pre-selection (JRC-to-MS),
  • upload of LPIS QA XML and GML data (MS-to-JRC),
  • approval if ATS/ETS reporting packages (MS).


Use case: Registering/recovering of a new user account

1. Fill in the template: Account_data.doc and send it to Romuald.FRANIELCZYK@jrc.ec.europa.eu
2. You will receive by e-mail your login and password, usually within 48 working hours

Use case: Logging into the LPIS QA Web Application

1. Login to the application using your credentials (username and password)
2. Verify the LPIS Authority set in the left-hand side context menu, under the name of your Member State

Use case: Establishing LPIS Settings

1. Register a lot (lots) of reference parcels for the corresponding reporting year
  • Choose a reporting year
  • Add a new lot
  • Assign a lot ordinal number
  • Provide an exact number of reference parcels for this lot
  • Provide a short name
  • Save all the settings
  • Add new lot if there are several lot defined for the LPIS and repeat the procedure
  • Approve a complete list of lots that are defined for the LPIS. This process with automatically disable a possibility of further changes and send information to the JRC.
2. Register an LPIS Implementation Version (already registered versions will be indicated in a table)
  • Provide a unique name
  • Provide a starting validity date (dd.mm.YYYY)
  • Save all the settings
3. Link registered implementation versions with the pre-defined lots and save your choices
  • Link an appropriate lot to the implementation version from a drop-down menu
  • Save all the settings

Use case: Uploading ATS Reporting Package

1. Select your implementation version for which you want to upload an ATS package
2. Select items to be uploaded from a drop-down menu and upload a selected file. All mandatory items will be listed with asterisk
3. Wait for the confirmation message for each item. You can navigate to the same page in order to edit or deactivate the file
4. Approve the ATS reporting package by clicking “approve button”. If there are missing elements they will be indicated in the appropriate table.

Use case: Creating a sample pre-selection

1. Select a reporting year from a drop-down menu
2. Select an LPIS lot from a drop-down menu
3. Select items to be uploaded from a drop-down menu. All mandatory items will be listed with asterisk.
4. Upload a selected file (GML***). All the files will be validated against the appropriate schemas and an e-mail notification will be sent with the validation results.
5. Approve the reporting package by clicking “approve button”. If there are missing elements, they will be indicated in the appropriate table. Please note that the package could be reopened, if one of the file turns to be invalid. If so, correct the file and reupload it.
6. The web application will automatically generate a sample pre-selection for you and you will be notified by an e-mail usually within 3 working days

Use case: Downloading a sample pre-selection

1. Download the sample pre-selection file after you have received an e-mail notification.
  • Read an e-mail notification
  • Login to the Web Application
  • Select a reporting year from a drop-down menu
  • Select an LPIS lot from a drop-down menu
  • Download the xml file(s) with sample pre-selection available for you

Use case: Uploading an ETS reporting package

1. Select a reporting year from a drop-down menu.
2. Select an LPIS lot from a drop-down menu.
3. Select ETS reporting package items to be uploaded from a drop-down menu.
4. Upload a selected file (GML***). All the files will be validated against the appropriate schemas and an e-mail notification will be sent with the validation results.
5. Approve the reporting package by clicking “approve button”. If there are missing elements, they will be indicated in the appropriate table. Please note that the package could be reopened, if one of the file turns to be invalid. If so, correct the file and reupload it.

Use case: Verifying a dashboard

Verify the status of the uploaded files for your packages: pending and approved files will be indicated in yellow or green respectively.


For GML files:

If you are using a standard EPSG code, click on the appropriate choice button.
The only valid EPSG definitions should be, those available on: http://www.epsg-registry.org/

If you don’t use a standard EPSG code, first upload a projection file through a projection menu. Then connect an uploaded projection file with your GML file by clicking on a drop-down menu.


IMPORTANT NOTE:

  1. When a GML file with specific SRS is uploaded (using .PRJ file), the ESRI-style description of the PRJ (assumed correct by default) might be incompatible with the syntax required by the conversion engine (OGR2OGR) of the web application.
  2. OGR2OGR works with SRS having well known definition (ie. EPSG:4326) or described in a file with a WKT (Well-Know Text) definition. Furthermore the SRS in question should be supported by PROJ.4 (http://trac.osgeo.org/proj/)



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