Community Server Data Dictionary
Version: Release 1509a
Generated by SchemaSpy
The SOLA Community Server database has been created as part of a project undertaken by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization with funding from the Government of Finland to develop open source software that supports cadastre and registration functions in land administration agencies. It has a particular goal of making computerized systems supporting open land administration more affordable and sustainable in developing countries.
The Community Server database has been developed using the PostgreSQL open source database and is an implementation of an extended version of the Land Administration Domain Model (LADM). LADM is published as ISO 19152 by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). It has been necessary to extend ISO 19152 because of the operational needs of land administration agencies to incorporate case management and other features into any system that supports the processing of client service requests (for land information, registration and cadastre change requests and others) and the maintaining and updating of the record of rights and restrictions, ownership and property boundaries.
The Community Server Data Dictionary is organized according to the schemas defined in the Community Server database. To navigate the dictionary, follow the hyperlinks available on each page. Each schema section includes a list of all tables within the schema along with table descriptions, column list, constraints and relationship details. Database views and functions are also described. Click the schema hyperlinks below for detailed information.
Tags are used to summarise common table features. The tags used in this dictionary are
More information on SOLA Community Server and its features can be obtained from www.flossola.org.