This use case returns TableReference object consisting of a url which points to a csv file that contains passport data. Each such simple feature contains one search criterion. The ID and the name of the simple feature is left blank (or ignored by the data source), and the ID of the feature type specifies an ontology term whose value is in the feature's valueString. The term's ID and the valueString establish what to search for. It is possible to specify more simple features as search criteria. The option "wantedFeatures" contains a comma-separated list of ontology terms (their IDs) that are wanted by the data source user. If not used, the number of returned features is decided by the data source itself. Using this option allows to limit the size of returned data only to those wanted by the user. The option "FILEPATH" is inherited from the parent usecase. This will contain the directory on where the datasource user wants to save the csv file that will be created. If "FILEPATH" option is not specified, default directory for temporary files will be used. This option allows the user to choose which directory the csv files will be saved.
Simple Reference that has url information of a file that is in CSV.
|At least one searchable attribute must be used|
|Name||Simple Feature object|
The uniqueIdentifier and the name of this attribute is left blank (or ignored by the data source), and the ID of this feature type specifies an ontology term whose value is in the feature's valueString. The term's ID and the valueString establish what to search for. If a search filter contains more values (of type SimpleFeature) then all of them should be "of the same kind" - meaning that all of them should have the same type's ID. If there are more search filters, each of them should contain only features with different type's IDs. The search value (a field "valueString" of the SimpleFeature) can contain a star. The star is treated literally if the operator "EQUAL" is used, and it is treated as a wild-character if the operator "LIKE" is used. The latter means a case- and accent- insensitive search, as well.
|put here a comma-separated list of ontology terms identifying features||wantedFeatures|