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Within the IATI activity standard any number of links to supporting documents can be declared.
The main element for this is:
document-link- a categorized link to an external document.
The following also enable the links from the
iati-activity to external resources:
activity-website- a website that provides more information about the specific
- linked data - declaring the path at which information on the specific
iati-activityis available as linked-data
When using the IATI activity standard to declare documents, the following should be considered:
document-linkshould be presented in the form of URLs (eg: http://example.org/exampledocument.odt)
- The URL must resolve to a valid internet address that provides direct access to the document in question.
- Attention should be paid by the publisher to any links that become obsolete.
- The same document can be presented in different languages via separate
- For every document presented either a
categoryis expected (or both).
titleelement can be repeated for different languages, regardless of the language of the actual document.
- The free-text instances of
titleshould avoid use of text in CAPITALS, where possible.
- In the IATI activity standard, documents that relate to the specific
iati-activitywould be linked to. Organisation/agency specific documents are published via the IATI organisation standard.
- For document
categoryin the IATI activity standard, it is expected that the
DocumentCategorycode would be have the A prefix.
- Using the
formatattribute helps inform what to expect from the document.
- Use of the
formatmust be accompanied by a code on the
activity-websiteshould be a URL to a page or website that is specifically about the
iati-activity- not generic information (eg: http://www.example.com/en/activity/ABC123).