A step-by-step explanation of the INSPIRE data validation process guides you through the validation of your data against GML standard (ISO 19136), INSPIRE Annex I, II, III application schemas and ‘theme-specific' requirements through the use of relevant schematrons.Try it
Validate your dataset against GML standard (ISO 19136), AQD application schema and check additional AQD requirements through the use of schematrons.
Validate your dataset against GML standard (ISO 19136) and GeoSmartCity INSPIRE-extended application schemas for Buildings and Utility and Governmental Services data themes.
Validate your dataset against GML standard (ISO 19136), OGC GeoSciML application schemas (v4.0 and v4.1) and check additional GeoSciML requirements through the use of schematrons.Try it
In Teamnet we used the eENVplus Validation Service very intensive, right after the Lisbon INSPIRE Conference, in order to be able to create the first WFS 2.0 download service that is passing all major known validators, namely the INSPIRE Metadata Validator, the OGC Web Validator for WFS 2.0 and GML 3.2.1 and the eENVplus Validation Service that was used for validating against both XSD 3.0 and 4.0 versions for Protected Sites. We found a great team at Epsilon Italia that helped us to overtake the issues, correct the glitches in our services and in the validator. We appreciate your commitment to move INSPIRE further in the right direction of ensuring interoperability trough compliant datasets served through compliant services
eENVplus Validation Service a real step forward in the harmonization process, let’s start to use!
The eEnvplus validation service is a very intuitive and simple tool, especially for beginner' XML users. It's design allows a clear understanding of the features available and it is very user friendly. Also, as it supports the INSPIRE xml schemas and schematrons and is available with no costs, becomes a very attractive tool and the best choice to validate data harmonisation process compliant with INSPIRE.