State: When creating a new metadata record, the state will be set to DRAFT.
Title: This is the title of your metadata record.
URL: This is automatically generated once the title is filled in.
Organization: This is the Ministry or Organization under which the metadata record is created.
Sub-Organization: This is the Sub-Organization (often the Branch or Division) under which the metadata record is created.
Description: Provide a meaningful description of the Web Service - API here. Be sure to include any information that would be relevant to an end-user of your Web Service - API.
More info: Any pertinent information can be added here. Often this is used to provide links to related web sites.
Keywords: Enter meaningful keywords here. Think of what users may use for search terms to find the Web Service - API in the Catalogue.
Add contacts for the following Roles:
Name: Contact full name
Email: Contact email address
Organization: Contact organization
Sub-Organization: Contact Sub-Organization
Role: Contact role type (as per the list above)
Contact Displayed: Check this box to display the contact to all catalogue users (public access). Unchecked, this contact information will only be visible to Catalogue Admin’s.
Resource Status is the status of the Web Service - API as described by one of the types below:
|Data Update Status||Description|
|Ongoing||Web Service - API’s that are regularly updated should be described as ongoing.|
|Completed||Web Service - API’s with no plan for future updates should be described as completed.|
|Destroyed||Web Service - API’s that no longer exist should be described as destroyed.|
|Historical Archive||Web Service - API’s that exist, but have been archived (can also be desribed as no longer relevant) should be described as historical archive.|
|Obsolete||Web Service - API’s that that have been replaced with another Web Service - API should be described as destroyed.|
|Planned||Web Service - API’s that do not currently exist, but are planned for the future, should be described as planned.|
|Under development||Web Service - API’s that exist but are not yet completed should be described as under development.|
Who can access this application? desribes the security level for access to the application.
|Public||All users are able to access the application.|
|Named Users||Only specific named users can access the application.|
|Government and Business BCeID||Only people with government and BCeID credentials can access the application.|
|Government||Only government credentials can access the application.|
Who can view this record? describes who can view the metadata record.
|Public||All users of the catalogue can view the metadata record.|
|IDIR||Only IDIR credentials can view the metadata record.|
|BCDC Security Classication||Information Security Classification Levels||Description|
|High - Cabinet, High - Confidential, High - Sensitivity||Protected C||Confidential. Extremely grave harm to an individual, organization or government. Examples: Information about police agents and other informants, Cabinet records or Cabinet-related records|
|Medium - Personal, Medium - Sensitivity||Protected B||Confidential. Serious harm to an individual, organization or government. Examples: Law enforcement and medical records, personnel evaluations and investigations, financial records, information subject to solicitor-client privilege or other legal privilege|
|Low - Sensitivity||Protected A||Confidential. Harm to an individual, organization or government. Examples: Home addresses, dates of birth, other low-risk personal information|
|Low - Public||Public||No harm to an individual, organization or government. Examples: Job postings, communications to claim clerks, business contact information, research and background papers (without copyright restrictions)|
NEXT: ADD DATA
File: Either upload a file that will be stored in the Catalogue Data Store, or use a link (URL) to your application.
Upload File: Select this to upload a resource to the Catalogue Data Store.
Link: Enter the URL of your application here.
Resource Name is the name of the resource as it will appear on the metadata record.
Click Finished when complete. This will save your metadata record for the application in DRAFT status.