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The sub-national geographical identification of the target locations of an activity. These can be described by gazetteer reference, coordinates, administrative areas or a textual description. Any number of locations may be reported.
This element may occur any number of times.
An internal reference that describes the location in the reporting organisation’s own system.
This value must be of type xsd:string.
location for an
This element is a parent for other child elements.
An example organisation
@ref of AF-KAN is declared.
Full example with all child elements:
<location-reach code="1" />
<location-id vocabulary="G1" code="1453782" />
<narrative>A description that qualifies the activity taking place at the location.</narrative>
<administrative vocabulary="G1" level="1" code="1453782" />
location element can be repeated in any
The following child elements were removed: coordinates; gazetteer-entry; location-type.
The @percentage attribute was removed.
Note that major changes were made to the subelements of
location in version 1.04.
For more information refer to:
The @ref attribute was introduced to provide a cross reference that a publisher can use to link back to their own internal system.
The @percentage attribute was deemed unworkable and deprecated in 1.04
Where used, the @percentage attribute is now designated as a decimal value and no longer as a positive Integer
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