The DC metadata set has an attributes for each element;
In the case of the 'subject' element the identifier element value is
'Subject and Keywords'. The spaces in this value cause the GLI/Greenstone
to fail in building/delivering collections which use these fields. (See
some collect cfg text below)
While I am not an expert on DC but I believe the answer is to change the
identifier values to their element names instead of the 'Label' as is
currently being used with the few offending elements. (And I don't fancy
trying to change the GLI/Greenstone)
As I said before- I am not a DC expert so I am not sure this is the right
solution. Am I the only one with this problem? Please let me know what you
think - I can send my modified metadata set to anyone who is interested.
None of the sources I was able to find used the label as the element
My sources of information:
Dublin Core Metadata Element Set, Version 1.1: Reference Description
Metabrowser DC tutorial
indexes document:dc.Resource Type document:dc.Subject and Keywords
classify AZList -metadata ex.Title
classify AZList -metadata ex.Source
collectionmeta .document:dc.Resource Type "resource"
collectionmeta .document:dc.Subject and Keywords "resource"