Note: Reportnet is outside the scope of the Eionet portal project and the Reportnet menu will not be changed.
The text below is as on the current portal (October 2018)
Reportnet is Eionet’s infrastructure for supporting and improving data and information flows. Reportnet is based on a set of inter-related tools and processes which all build on the active use of the World Wide Web. Reportnet has been developed since 2000 and has been in operational use since 2002.
The system integrates different web services and allows for distributed responsibilities. Reportnet was initially used for reporting environmental data to EEA, but is now also hosting some of DG Environment’s reporting tasks. The open system permits deliveries to other national and international organisations in a very transparent way.
In 2017 EEA has initiated a modernisation project called Reportnet 2.0. The project is initially planned for 3 years (2017-2019), and will deliver improvements to the Reportnet applications in the areas of performance, stability and security. More information will be updated here as the project is progressing.
Other documents, slides, and other material
- CDR The Central Data Repository of Reportnet
- Content Registry (CR) Content Registry provides access to information resources in the Reportnet. It harvests metadata from the connected services and allows information and data access through this.
- Data Dictionary The Data Dictionary is a central service for storing technical specifications of the data requested in reporting obligations.
- Data Dictionary for ETC deliveries A service for storing specifications of the datasets requested by EEA from ETCs or other data providers.
- Eionet Directory (DIR) The Network Directory – contains all relevant people, organisations and roles.
- Reporting Obligations Database (ROD) The database contains the relevant obligations under which countries shall report environmental data
Data Exchange Modules
Data Exchange Modules are used to collect and validate data delivered by the countries. Most DEMs are Excel templates that are converted to XML by CDR. Others are online webforms.
- AE-DEM CollectER, ReportER, and EstimatER together make the air emissions data exchange module
- Excel templates Templates from the Data Dictionary
Information for DEM & dataflow developers
- , updated 9 May 2011
- , updated 17 June 2010
- , updated 2015
Disclaimer: These documents discusses scenarios for future extensions to the Reportnet system. There is no guarantee that the functionality described will be implemented in the form described or even implemented.