Table view page

This page provides a view to a table definition.

If you have authenticated yourself and this table is in a dataset working copy and it is your working copy then you can see the following buttons in the upper right corner:

This page is divided into sections which you can quickly access by using the quicklinks at the top of the page.

Below the quicklinks is a section that lists the table's attributes. Every attribute is a name/value pair. Some attributes can have several values at the same time. Help on every attribute is available by the help icons in their titles.
The Dataset attribute indicates the dataset this table belongs to. If this is a dataset working copy and it is your working copy, the dataset name is followed by this marker: (Working copy). If it is somebody else's working copy, the dataset name is followed by this marker: (checked out by username). The dataset name is clickable and the click leads to teh dataset's view page.

Following the attributes is either a section titled Elements or a section titled Metadata elements or both. They both list the elements in this table. Elements lists NON-GIS elements while as Metadata elements lists GIS elements.
Each element is given by its short name, GIS type (only in the Metadata elements section), data type and element type. The latter can be either Quantitative or Fixed values. The first one means elements that can have any value within their data type. The second one means elements whose value-set is pre-determined. If the element type is Fixed values, you can see those values by clicking the Fixed values link.
Elements in a table can be common elements and non-common elements. The common ones are marked by C.
A non-common element in a table can also have foreign key relations to elements in other tables in this dataset. Such elements are marked by (FK).

The upper right corner of the page has a Subscribe action link. This will subscribe you to any changes made to this table in its dataset's any version. EIONET's Unified Notification System (UNS) will send you notifications about those changes.