Metadata for Services (SRV)

Metadata for Services (SRV) Version: 2.0



SRV 2.0 is an XML Schema implementation derived from ISO 19115-1, Geographic Information - Metadata - Part 1: Fundamentals, Clause 6.5.14. It includes elements for describing services. The XML schema was encoded using the rules described in ISO/TS 19139:2007, Clause 8 and implementation approach from ISO/TS19115-3, Clause 8.

Sample XML files for srv 2.0

CodeLists for srv 2.0

XML Namespace for srv 2.0

The namespace URI for srv 2.0 is

XML Schema for srv 2.0

srv.xsd is the XML Schema document to be referenced by XML documents containing XML elements in the srv 2.0 namespace or by XML Schema documents importing the srv 2.0 namespace. This XML schema includes (indirectly) all the implemented concepts of the srv namespace, but it does not contain the declaration of any types.

The XML Schema for srv 2.0 are available here. A zip archive including all the XML Schema Implementations defined in ISO/TS 19115-3 and related standards is also available.

serviceInformation.xsd implements the UML conceptual schema defined in ISO 19115-1, Geographic Information - Metadata - Part 1: Fundamentals, Clause 6.5.14. It was created using the encoding rules defined in ISO 19118, ISO 19139, and the implementation approach described in ISO 19115-3 and contains the following classes (codeLists are bold): DCPList, SV_CoupledResource, SV_CouplingType, SV_OperationChainMetadata, SV_OperationMetadata, SV_Parameter, SV_ParameterDirection, and SV_ServiceIdentification

The srv 2.0 namespace imports these other namespaces:

Name Standard Prefix Namespace Location Schema Location

Geographic COmmon



Metadata Common Classes



Metadata for Resource Identification



Schematron Validation Rules for srv 2.0

Schematron rules for validating instance documents of the srv 2.0 namespace are in srv.sch. Other schematron rule sets that are required for a complete validation are: gco.sch, mcc.sch, mri.sch, mcc.sch, and mri.sch

Working Versions

When revisions to these schema become necessary, they will be managed in the ISO TC211 Git Repository.