Presentation on theme: "Delivering electronic Natura 2000 data via Reportnet CDR"— Presentation transcript:
1 Delivering electronic Natura 2000 data via Reportnet CDR Based on a presentation for the Habitats Committee ( ) prepared bySheila Cryan and Marek Staron(EEA SEIS support programme)
2 IntroductionSince April 2009 Member States have started delivering their Natura 2000 datasets through Reportnet Central Data Repository.To perform this task, each Member State has designated their Natura 2000 “national data coordinators” who have received the necessary credentials to access the system.New deliveries should henceforth be submitted only through Reportnet. From 2010 onwards, data submitted by another channel will no longer be accepted.
4 Starting the delivery 1Complete and quality check your Natura 2000 electronic data (tabular and GIS files)Go to your country folder in Reportnet Central Data Repository (CDR)ATBEBGCYCZDKEEFIFRDEGRHUIEITLVLTLUMTNLPLPTROSISKESSEUK
5 Login with your Eionet user name and password Contact the helpdesk if you have any problems
10 Upload your N2000 files to the envelope “Add file” lets you to upload any single file.“Upload zipfile” lets you to upload a zipfile which will automatically unpack.“Add hyperlink” lets you to add the url of a published reference document
11 Important: Do you need to restrict a file from public view? Check the box when you upload a file that must be restricted from public view.
12 Confirmation of upload of a single file File name is an arbitrary example
13 Overview of the draft envelope 1 File name is an arbitrary exampleMSAccess database uploaded via the “Add file” option.The file will be restricted from public view.
14 Overview of the draft envelope 2 File names are arbitrary examplesZip file containing N2000 GIS files uploaded via “Add file” option.The file will be restricted from view
15 Adding/removing the restriction on a file 1 Click on the file url
23 Public view of released envelope 2 Access to locked files in released envelope is for:Nominated national data suppliersDG ENVN2000 technical support team
24 Automatic email notification of envelope release sent to all subscribed Eionet users
25 Official submission of electronic data 1 To make your delivery an official submission of the electronic N2000 data, you need to do more than just release the envelope!You can still change the contents of a released envelope if you revoke the releaseRevoke sets your envelope back to draft statusYou need to finish the delivery process.
26 Official submission of electronic data 2 Press “Complete” to generate the automatic acknowledgement of deliveryFinish the envelope: this will close the envelope and indicate to DG Environment that your electronic submission is complete. An automatic acknowledgement of the delivery will be generated in CDR at this stage.
27 Official submission of electronic data 3 The automatic acknowledgement has been attached to the envelope.The envelope contents cannot be modified.This receipt must be used as an annex to the formal notification of delivery sent to DG Environment by the Permanent Representative, only then your electronic data will be considered as official by DG Environment and the electronic data will be validated.
29 How to subscribe to notifications 2 You can modify your subscriptions at any timeScroll through obligations listTo select multiple obligations – hold down “Ctrl” keySelect a specific country or “Any country”
30 Getting helpYou can ask Eionet helpdesk for assistance as many times as you needContact them by atContact them by phone, details at:
31 More about Reportnet …Reportnet is Eionet’s infrastructure for supporting and improving data and information flows. Reportnet is based on a set of inter-related tools and processes which all build on the active use of the World Wide Web. Reportnet has been developed since 2000 and has been in operational use since 2002.