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Martin Desruisseaux updated SIS-394:
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    Description: 
Interfaces in the {{org.opengis.metadata.quality}} package (and consequently, 
classes in the {{org.apache.sis.metadata.iso.quality}} package) were used to be 
defined in ISO 19115 standard published in 2003. But in the revision published 
in 2014, most types about data quality have been removed from ISO 19115 and 
moved to another standard, ISO 19157. This standard upgraded the data quality 
model with new classes and properties, but those changes are not yet reflected 
in our Java API. We should update the {{….quality}} packages with this new 
model, otherwise our upgrade to the new ISO 19115:2014 model is not complete.

The fact that quality part is missing can be seen by looking at classes in the 
{{org.apache.sis.metadata.iso.quality}} package, for example 
{{AbstractElement}} and {{DefaultDataQuality}} classes: all getter methods with 
an {{\@XmlElement(…, namespace = LegacyNamespaces.GMD)}} annotation are 
properties that were removed or moved elsewhere, but for which we have not yet 
determined the replacement. Those methods are not yet deprecated for that 
reason, but would be deprecated once this SIS-394 task is done.

  was:
Interfaces in the {{org.opengis.metadata.quality}} package (and consequently, 
classes in the {{org.apache.sis.metadata.iso.quality}} package) were used to be 
defined in ISO 19115 standard published in 2003. But in the revision published 
in 2014, most types about data quality have been removed from ISO 19115 and 
moved to another standard, ISO 19157. This standard upgraded the data quality 
model with new classes and properties, but those changes are not yet reflected 
in our Java API. We should update the {{….quality}} packages with this new 
model, otherwise our upgrade to the new ISO 19115:2014 model is not complete.

The fact that quality part is missing can be seen by looking at classes in the 
{{org.apache.sis.metadata.iso.quality}} package, for example 
{{AbstractElement}} class: all getter methods with an {{\@XmlElement(…, 
namespace = LegacyNamespaces.GMD)}} annotation are properties that were removed 
or moved elsewhere, but for which we have not yet determined the replacement. 
Those methods are not yet deprecated for that reason, but would be deprecated 
once this SIS-394 task is done.


> Implement data quality (ISO 19157) in metadata package
> ------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: SIS-394
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/SIS-394
>             Project: Spatial Information Systems
>          Issue Type: Task
>          Components: Metadata
>    Affects Versions: 0.5, 0.6, 0.7, 0.8
>            Reporter: Martin Desruisseaux
>            Priority: Major
>
> Interfaces in the {{org.opengis.metadata.quality}} package (and consequently, 
> classes in the {{org.apache.sis.metadata.iso.quality}} package) were used to 
> be defined in ISO 19115 standard published in 2003. But in the revision 
> published in 2014, most types about data quality have been removed from ISO 
> 19115 and moved to another standard, ISO 19157. This standard upgraded the 
> data quality model with new classes and properties, but those changes are not 
> yet reflected in our Java API. We should update the {{….quality}} packages 
> with this new model, otherwise our upgrade to the new ISO 19115:2014 model is 
> not complete.
> The fact that quality part is missing can be seen by looking at classes in 
> the {{org.apache.sis.metadata.iso.quality}} package, for example 
> {{AbstractElement}} and {{DefaultDataQuality}} classes: all getter methods 
> with an {{\@XmlElement(…, namespace = LegacyNamespaces.GMD)}} annotation are 
> properties that were removed or moved elsewhere, but for which we have not 
> yet determined the replacement. Those methods are not yet deprecated for that 
> reason, but would be deprecated once this SIS-394 task is done.



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